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Question: Rotating Brushes

Discussion in 'Mapping' started by Lanik, Dec 15, 1999.

  1. Lanik

    Lanik New Member

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    Hi,

    I'm working on a level and I've read many tutorials on the net, but none of them I found say how to rotate a brush in a particular axis. How is this done?

    I've tried many things and can only get the brush to rotate in the default (z?) axis.
     
  2. Lanik

    Lanik New Member

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    No mapper knows the answer to this?
     
  3. Shagnasty

    Shagnasty New Member

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    I hope this is what you mean - I was having problems this evening, till I found out by accident:
    Select the brush, click on the rotate brush icon, and hold down "Ctrl + Left Mouse Button" for one axis (don't know which one precisely), and "Ctrl + Right Mouse Button" for the other axis.

    If that wasn't what you meant, sorry for wasting your time...
     
  4. Lizard Of Oz

    Lizard Of Oz Demented Avenger

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    You can also hold down combinations of either the CRTL - ALT - SHIFT keys to rotate on different axis. Sorry I can't remember the exact combination, but if you play with it you'll find it. I found it by accident.

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  5. Wanderer

    Wanderer New Member

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    You can rotate them in the different windows. You can also change the rotation in the properties=>Movement=>Rotation. But it's a 65536 so 16384 is a 90 degree turn and 8192 is a 45 degree turn. Then again that's the hard way to do things. Just right click and drag, it's easier.
     
  6. Lanik

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    Ok, thanks a lot guys /~unreal/ubb/html/smile.gif
     

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