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Old 29th May 2006, 11:28 AM   #2
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well I can help you with that. you see the color pallet on your lower left hand screen of AC3D. right click on a color that you want to become transparent. when you have right clicked a color you wanted, you will notice another little window with three commands edit material, select surface with this material, and append this material. I would suggesst you hit the top function, the edit this material. when you do that you'll notice a little window pops up the transparency tool is at the bottom. the higher you set that maker the more transparent you object or surface will look.

hope this helps

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