[Bf-education] Beginners question 2nd
John R. Nyquist
john at nyquist.net
Thu Aug 14 22:56:58 CEST 2008
Thank you for clarifying, Roger! That is what I meant. I was a bit hurried
this morning when I wrote my response.
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 12:43 PM, Roger Waggener <rogerwaggener at gmail.com>wrote:
> I think what Mr. Nyquist meant was to create an object with just a
> single vertex at the origin in a new file- then hit ctrl-u to save
> this as your default file.
> Then the next time you open blender, there will be your single vertex
> object ready to be duplicated or modified as you wish.
> I do not believe there is any shortcut to create a single vertex
> object. I think the easiest way to get one is to duplicate one you
> have already made. That's why Mr. Nyquist's is useful. At least that
> way, the next time you open a blank blender file you will have an
> object ready to go.
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