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Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31:02 AM | Mapping faces

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Hi I'm trying to figure out how to adjust textures on single faces. I would like to be able to move, scale and rotate textures, but I simply can't find where to do it. Is it actually possible? Thanks

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Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 8:59:18 AM | Mapping faces

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I'm asking this, because I would like the wood to be aligned like shown in the attached image.

I hope someone know how to change the alignment.

Thanks



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Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 1:51:36 PM | Mapping faces

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From your HELP:

Texture Alignment
 
 
 

 

Use the Texture Alignment tool to align the texture of the render appearance to the surface pattern of the material (defined on the Graphics tab of the Materials dialog). When you render a 3D view, the rendered image displays the texture, positioned as specified using the Texture Alignment tool.

 

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Aligning the Surface Pattern on a Model Element

To align a surface pattern on a model element

  1. Open a project view that displays the model element with the surface pattern to align.

    To specify a surface pattern for the material of the model element, see Changing the Display Properties of a Material. If the surface pattern does not display in the view, you may need to change the view’s detail level to fine, or zoom in on the model element.

  2. Place the cursor over a line of the surface pattern.
  3. Press TAB one or more times until the surface pattern line highlights.

  4. Click to select the surface pattern line.
  5. Move the selected surface pattern line as desired, using one or more of the following techniques:
    • Press the arrow keys to nudge the surface pattern up, down, left, or right, in small increments.
    • Use the Move tool to move it a specified distance. See Moving Elements with the Move Tool.
    • Use the Rotate tool to rotate the surface pattern. See Rotating Elements.
    • Use the Align tool to select a model reference with which to align the surface.


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Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 7:55:20 PM | Mapping faces

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Hi wwhub

I'm sure doing someting wrong.

I create a mass, add a texture, select a texture line and tries to rotate it. But it's the mass face that rotate, not the texture :-(


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