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Title: Ctrl + C when placing objects in the scene
Post by: Gilson Antunes on December 15, 2011, 11:02:44 pm
I did not know that Ctrl + C when placing objects in the scene multiplies incersão.

I think I missed this class ... :-[ this is very helpful in putting a lot of trees. :D
Title: Re: Ctrl + C when placing objects in the scene
Post by: peterm on December 16, 2011, 01:39:25 am
I think using the C key is just coincidence when you click to place them somewhere.  It's the Ctrl key plus click that does the duplication. 

So when you go Ctrl +C and then click somewhere it's the click that is finalising the action and the C is not really being recognised.

See FAQ "Place object mode -> (CTRL) + Left-click: Randomly place 10 copies of the currently active object library model."
Title: Re: Ctrl + C when placing objects in the scene
Post by: cpercer on December 16, 2011, 02:58:05 am
Holding the "Ctrl" button while placing an object places 10 instances of the object.  Unfortunately the bounding boxes are ignored when placing objects.  The result is that some of the larger trees overlap quite badly.