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How do I disable shadows or have a fully lit Perspective viewport?
show user profile  xbdx
Dumb question but I am very new to 3DS Max and just learning it. So noobie question :) In the perspective window in the bottom right, how would I get it so there is no dynamic lighting and everything is lit up? I'm having a hard time modelling because of the shadow and faces being in darkness because another face is in the way!

I don't want to add lights to the scene, just have it lit up without shadows only for working purposes. I hope this makes sense :) Thanks in advance!
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4/5/2008 10:13:53 AM (last edit: 4/5/2008 10:13:53 AM)
show user profile  mak
rightclick viewport name --> other ---> flat

globally: customize-->viewport configuration-->flat--->all viewports
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4/5/2008 10:17:15 AM (last edit: 4/5/2008 10:19:06 AM)
show user profile  _3dioot
I dont think thats what he means mak.

Press Ctrl-L to switch between the lighting you created in your scene and default light which works a bit like a headlight so you can always see what your doing.

GrtZ 3dioot
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4/5/2008 11:02:44 AM (last edit: 4/5/2008 11:02:44 AM)
show user profile  xbdx
Hi, I tried CTRL-L and it made no difference :( 3DS Max 9 by the way.

Ok I tried Flat and that seemed to work. That's just for viewing purposes right? It won't mess up any lights or anything like that when the scene is saved/exported?
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4/5/2008 2:59:46 PM (last edit: 4/5/2008 3:02:08 PM)
show user profile  mak
yes, thats just for viewport
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4/5/2008 3:17:26 PM (last edit: 4/5/2008 3:17:26 PM)
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