Using the Statistics panel


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Using the Statistics panel

Every once in a while you need to specifically select a point, an edge, or a polygon in a model--sometimes so much so that your mouse can't get to it. So let me load up an object that we've used. So I am going to come here to the File menu, choose Load Object, and we're going to load the OneLeftShoe from the Project folder. Press the A key to fit that to view. Let's say for some reason I want to select the purple around here. I can just click and drag my mouse to select these polygons, and you can see it's kind of a pain.

So what's a better way to do that? That is where the Statistics panel comes in. That can be found right here at the very bottom of the screen. Just click that button or press the W command; that will open up panel as well. What this panel do is allow you to see the total number of polygons, points, or edges depending on which mode you're in. Since we're in Polygon mode--you can see that down at the very bottom of the screen--the Polygon Statis...

Using the Statistics panel
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Using the Statistics panel provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dan Ablan as part of the LightWave 10 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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LightWave
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