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Maya 6.0 - How do I view the X,Y,Z coordinates of a vertex in a Poly-Sphere?

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Maya 6.0

How do I view the X,Y,Z coordinates of a vertex in a Poly-Sphere?

I can select the vertex, just can't figure out how to view the X,Y,Z coords.

Thanks!
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by:j3one
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They should be viewable on the object peramaters pallet.
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by:oxygen_728
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Hmm.. what exactly is the "object parameters pallet" ?

Thanks!
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ANy ideas?
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BongTom earned 500 total points
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Hi there!

Ok, now, when you select the vertex and then open up Channel Box you will see the cordinates (x,y,z) there :)

Channel box is the smalles one seen on right. You can switch between Channel box/tool settings/attribute editot(if not separated) with the buttons found right top in the corner. They look a bit messed with many wires and stuff. so just try em and find out the one, which shows channel box ;)

Channel box is the answer

-Tomi-
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by:oxygen_728
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Thanks - much appreciated -- it's the small things that get me
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