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How do you use the Copy/Paste parameters in the edit menu when you're building?


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I am trying to reconstruct some sculpties that I purchased. it's so time consuming copying all of the parameters. I know there must be an easier way to do this. Can anyone explain how to use the copy/paste parameters function in the build edit menu? I know this musst be really simple, but I haven't been able to find any info on it.

 

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I have the sculpt maps and i have dropped them into my new prim. It is pretty much correct except for the size, rotation, etc.

I notice that there is a copy/paste button as well. I click on COPY in the sample prim, then paste in my new prim. The parameters don't seem to copy over. Also, there is a "C", "P", "P" next to all of the parameters. I assume the "C" stands for copy, and the "P" stands for paste. If that's the case, then why have C,P,P, why not C,C,C. I want to copy all the parameters! Does this make sense. I just want to be able to recreate the sculpies I purchased a little bit more quickly. This copy/paste thing could takes weeks.

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if you bought sculpty what you need are maps and no copy and paste the parameters. Without the maps you are stuck.

So if the scultpy you bought came with maps, just turn your prim to sculpty using the lil narrow beside "cube" (go down to sculptie) and then drag your map in the frame. 

if you are talking about tortured prims, in firestorm, you just have to clik on the button at the bottom of the edit tab "copy" while you are editing the original prim, then clik on paste just beside the copy button while you are editing the new prim.

then for the size, you have the copy button "C" at the first line of the size and the paste button "P¨" just below

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