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Mass selecting func_details?

Discussion in 'Mapping Questions & Discussion' started by CakesOnAPlane, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. CakesOnAPlane

    CakesOnAPlane L1: Registered

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    This may be a dumb question but I'm doing some optimising and realised that it would be helpful if I could just select all func_details and put them into a visgroup with displacements so that I can see if I've missed stuff, or to see how the visibility blocking would work. Not sure is it's possible but if it is then that would be helpful. So does anyone know if you can?

    Thanks.
     
  2. DJive

    aa DJive Cake or Death?

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    AFAIK you cant combine the two *disp and func_detail*

    however in your visgroup window you can just de-click those 2 and it will remove them from your view.
     
  3. CakesOnAPlane

    CakesOnAPlane L1: Registered

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    Sorry I may have confused things with the displacements. Basically I want to put all func_details into a visgroup, but I don't want to have to go and manually select them all. Is there a way to select all func_details without doing it individually.

    Thanks for the quick reply :)
     
  4. FaTony

    FaTony Banned

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    Go to visgroups, select Detail Brushes, press Mark.
     
  5. Zeewier

    Zeewier L9: Fashionable Member

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    As Fatony said: All func_Details are already in an visgroup (just click the box in the visgroups tab to hide/show)

    Another way (works for any type of entity)

    edit -> Entity Report -> Select by class (func_detail or any other entity) -> Select first one in the list -> Hold Shift -> Select last one in the list.

    And you got them all selected ;) (and can easily be assigned to a visgroup)
     
  6. CakesOnAPlane

    CakesOnAPlane L1: Registered

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    Thanks guys, this has helped me loads. I had a feeling it might end up being simple :)
     
  7. MangyCarface

    aa MangyCarface Mapper

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    Or go into visgroups, unclick All, click Displacements and Func_details, select all, add to visgroup