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why did this happen??? ..any fix ?

 

did you have a previous save of it? also, you can expand how many times you can undo something in max.

Edited by HrntFixr
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I routinely make multiple editions...rather than just updating one I get to a certain point and then make a new one as in stealth1...then stealth1a...that way you can experiment also down a path and if it doesnt work, just return to an earlier "edition"

 

Just a thought

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What would cause the edges and vertices to disappear like that? I am trying to retrace my steps..Luckily I do have a back up

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What would cause the edges and vertices to disappear like that? I am trying to retrace my steps..Luckily I do have a back up

 

What did you do? 3dmax is known to have some bugs that do these kinds of things. It is frustrating, but not as frustrating when you don't have a recently saved piece of work.

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What did you do? 3dmax is known to have some bugs that do these kinds of things. It is frustrating, but not as frustrating when you don't have a recently saved piece of work.

 

 

dont have a clue...Was cutting out the portholes and when I tried to smooth the meshed collapsed. When i went to view

the wire...half the damn plane was missing as you can see from the pic

Edited by Veltro2k

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This has happened to me a couple of times, usually it solves itself by saving, closing, and then re-opening the file.

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This has happened to me a couple of times, usually it solves itself by saving, closing, and then re-opening the file.

 

did not work for me :dntknw:

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