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Can't find props in large scene.

Posted By marcneuffer 3 Months Ago
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Well, they don't disappear exactly, but when I bring in a prop to a large scene, I have to hunt for it... sometimes never finding it.  And when I do,moving it to the correct location is a big pain.  Does anyone know how to 'mark' a location before bringing in a prop so it shows up in the general area?
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Usually if you double click on a prop or avatar it will place it at coordinates 0,0,0... If you have dragged and dropped an avatar or prop click on the Home button (shaped like a house and the camera will center on it. Hope that helps.


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Thanks ... I finally figured out, that after dragging in a prop, I can assign it the same coordinates as something close to where I want t to be ... such and obvious and simple method ... but I'm always looking for a click-it method .... I need to exercise patience.
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marcneuffer (3/27/2020)
Thanks ... I finally figured out, that after dragging in a prop, I can assign it the same coordinates as something close to where I want t to be ... such and obvious and simple method ... but I'm always looking for a click-it method .... I need to exercise patience.

Even simpler would be to use "Align to" function... Wink







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