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Delete one prim in a multi-prim object

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HI,

 

Right click on your build and choose edit in the pie menu.

 

On the floater, activate "edit linked part" :

 

http://secondlife.com/app/image/75b4c615-def3-f33c-806e-bcdcc9911c0d/2

 

touch the prims than you want delete. It will be select. On your keyboard press Ctrl+Shift+L

 

The prims will be unlinked you can delete it and take your build.

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HI,

 

Right click on your build and choose edit in the pie menu.

 

On the floater, activate "edit linked part" :

 

http://secondlife.com/app/image/75b4c615-def3-f33c-806e-bcdcc9911c0d/2

 

touch the prims than you want delete. It will be select. On your keyboard press Ctrl+Shift+L

 

The prims will be unlinked you can delete it and take your build.

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Question... once you unlink the object and delete the unwanted prims, is there a way to easily re-link it while still in edit mode?  Or would you have to start over and select every prim in the object to re-link it?  This could be time consuming when working with a large build!  TIA for any help you can give!

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If you follow the instructions as given, only that single prim will be unlinked from the object. the rest of the object remains linked..If you then wanted to relink the prim to the object. you would simply right click it.. choose edit.. then hold the shift key and click the main object. you will see both items highlighted then if you have done it properly.. Then press CTRL+L to re-link or from the tools menu choose link.

 

To preserve the object name make sure you click the seperated prim first then the main object. If you reverse it the entire object takes on the name of the seperated prim.

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To preserve the object name make sure you click the seperated prim first then the main object.

This also preserves the root prim, which might be relevant for some scripted objects.

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All your advice is missing the most important step in the question. After you unlink it, THEN how do you delete that prim

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