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Thread: Spline Tool quit working

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    It does change it to a spline but the blue handles are missing. When I grab an end node and move it around, the line becomes an S curve. If I save the project and open it in 2.07 the handles are thare. I uninstalled 1.187 and reinstalled it - no change. Are any software heavies reading this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cestout View Post
    It does change it to a spline but the blue handles are missing. When I grab an end node and move it around, the line becomes an S curve. If I save the project and open it in 2.07 the handles are thare. I uninstalled 1.187 and reinstalled it - no change. Are any software heavies reading this?
    Clint
    Hi Clint,

    Please post an mpc you are seeing that problem with. I'll open it in my 1.187 and see if it does the same thing here.

    If you mean "software programmers" as the "software heavies" they may or may not see this posting. However, if we can duplicate your problem, I will most certainly be happy let them know about it.

    Did you already try Cntrl+h to toggle the blue handles?
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    Clint,

    You can also select "Toggle Control Points" from the view menu.
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNelson46 View Post
    Clint,

    You can also select "Toggle Control Points" from the view menu.
    Yep. I love the shortcut keys, though.
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    That is what I have been searching for and didn't know where to look. Tech Support sent me there before I got back here. He said "It's not broken, just go to VIEW > TOGGLE CONTROL POINTS." How did it get toggled off?
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by cestout View Post
    That is what I have been searching for and didn't know where to look. Tech Support sent me there before I got back here. He said "It's not broken, just go to VIEW > TOGGLE CONTROL POINTS." How did it get toggled off?ThanksClint
    Hi Clint,

    I don't know how it gets toggled off. But, if you ever see that happen in the future, just press the Ctrl+h shortcut and it will turn them back on. (super-quicker than clicking the view menu, etc.)
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    Thanks MT. That is probably how they got toggled off - I am old and getting fumble fingers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cestout View Post
    Thanks MT. That is probably how they got toggled off - I am old and getting fumble fingers.Clint
    Hi Clint,

    I'm not absolutely sure you were the one that toggled the control points off by accidentally hitting that key combination. It could be a random thing in the software itself, but I don't know.

    Please keep an eye out, and let us know if you observe they do disappear by themselves.
    Michael T
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    Will do.
    thanks again
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