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3ds MAx 2009 Script - Mirror Vertex Selection

Posted on 2010-09-13
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Hi,

I'm looking for a Max Script that will mirror the vertex/edge/poly selection in the current active poly select modifier.

The mirror should happen about the X axis, supposing the 3D model is symmetrical and centered on the X=0 point of the stage.

Thank you in advance,
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I might have found one possible solution, that allows me to perform this task, on the following internet page:

http://www.scriptspot.com/forums/3ds-max/general-scripting/manipulate-current-poly-select-vertex-selection#comment-8420

Thank you to all programmers who had the time to look over my request.
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