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Fri, May 6, 2011 at 7:27:36 AM | PAINTing faces of In Place Element

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I was about to request for help on applying PAINT for the face of In place elements since I could not do so in continuation with PAINTing the nearby Walls, Columns, etc.,    But after few attempts, found that the In Place Element needs to be edited to be able to accept PAINT on its faces.

 

   


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