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Repeats per face conversion and prim matching


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You don't  have to use planar mapping, which is a lovely mapping option but may change your design in other ways that you didn't intend).  Just use simple math:

(Repeats per meter)  =  (Repeats per face) / (Meters per face)

If one prim is 7m wide and has four repeats across it, then that's 4/7 = 0.571428 repeats per meter.   If you want the same number of repeats per meter on a prim that's 6m wide, then you set  repeats per face to 0.571428 x 6 = 3.4285.  On a prim that's 4m wide, that's 0.571428 x 4 = 2.2857 repeats per face.    :smileywink:

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