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Need advise in solving issues with hair and hood/cloak clipping

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Need advise in solving issues with hair and hood/cloak clipping

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Hello guys, 

Not sure if anyone already posted a similar topic somewhere in the forums, i've tried searching but couldn't find any discussions about this. I'm new to using character creator and I've been trying to figure out how to solve a clipping issue with long haired characters when importing a custom clothing in .OBJ format via 'Create > Accessory' function.
I tried pulling the mesh outward using the Edit Morph but i'm still have a problem with back portion of the clothing where the hair is sticking out.



Thanks in advance.
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Select the hair, use Edit Mesh, and then select the offending pieces and just hide them.



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That did it. Thanks a lot!



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