Specifically selecting just parts of the model to be able to have different textures or cut out part of the model perhaps. See attached for an idea of what might be accomplished with this. Please give me feedback on if this is already a feature. Thank you.11 votes
Great suggestion! We definitely want to allow for much more customized selections in the future. You said you’d like to cut out part of the model as well, can you say more about what you mean? Do you want to ‘cut it out’ as a new model?
Some objects come in with linked objects. It would be great if we could manually choose to link objects so that materials/labels, etc could be automatically applied across all linked items.4 votes
Would be nice to be able select multiple objects and apply the same decal to all at one time - multiple selection amd apply : )2 votes
Thanks for the suggestion here! Should be pretty easy to do. I’m curious would you primarily be selecting different objects of different shapes and sizes or primarily duplicated similar objects?
If the object has multiple parts would you want us to put the decal on all selected parts?
How about isolation mode like illustrator for dealing with complex grouped objects? The wand tool is a bit clunky.2 votes
Great suggestion, this is something we’ve been considering.
Applying a base color to a shape applies the color to multiple shapes instead of only the selected one. These extra shapes are not grouped or selected with the single shape whose color I wish to change.
You can view a video of this here:
Or you can view the attached file.
Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter!1 vote
Have you noticed that the general Selection tool does not allow you to modify the sizes X, Y, Z separately when it is aligned with the scene? Even if the padlock is unlocked. On the other hand when the tool is no longer aligned with the scene it is possible to modify the 3 sizes separately when the padlock is unlocked.1 vote
Additional handles on the decal scale tool would be nice to allow for better placement. Similar to the warp tool in Photoshop : )1 vote
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