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That's a little hard to answer without some context.  For example, if you had right clicked on some article of clothing on your av and selected EDIT, you would see the three editing axes  (<Red, Green, Blue> == <X, Y, Z> ) that help you move whatever you are trying to edit.  You didn't say what you were doing, though, so it's hard to guess.  Maybe a photo would help.

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That's a little hard to answer without some context.  For example, if you had right clicked on some article of clothing on your av and selected EDIT, you would see the three editing axes  (<Red, Green, Blue> == <X, Y, Z> ) that help you move whatever you are trying to edit.  You didn't say what you were doing, though, so it's hard to guess.  Maybe a photo would help.

If you want to provide extra information or need to clarify your question, click on the Options link in the upper right corner of your question and select EDIT. Please do not start a new thread. Doing that makes it hard for us to see what other people have already suggested, and it pushes other residents' questions off the page.

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MarieShy1 wrote:

I have not edited anything and im new so sorry if you are calling me dumb which i am not thank you just asking for help

Awww.. That's my TAG, not a comment to you.  :)

OK, So it's not the editing axes.  I can't guess what it is from what you said, though.  Can you post a photo?

Never mind.  I AM dumb.  Thanks for posting the pic.  So.. It does look like editing axes ... almost.

Editing axes are bolder, though, and they have arrows on them.

EDIT:  I've got it!  Open your Develop menu (CTRL + Alt + Q).  You may need to open the Advanced menu first (CTRL + Alt + D) if it isn't enabled.   Then click on Render >>> Axes.  That will toggle those lines off.  You must have done something like that accidentally to toggle them on, but that will fix it.  :)

Sorry for the confusion.  That's a rare one.

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