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    Default resize after texturing

    how can i resize a model after the texturing has been applied using UV texturing

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    Default Re: resize after texturing

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    Default Re: resize after texturing

    The UV Texture Editor lets you view and interactively edit the UV texture coordinates for polygon and subdivision surface types. UVs appear laid flat within the UV Texture Editor’s 2D view. It also lets you display the 2D image for the texture map in relation to the UVs. These features are critical for accurate and efficient placement of texture maps on polygon and subdivision surface types

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