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How do you allow someone to scale an image up on a canvas??

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5 comments

  • Ian  Drews
    Ian Drews

    Hey Sean, You should be able to scale the image with the U and V values if you change the scale mode to scale on your texture asset. Let me know if that helps.




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  • Sean Horgan
    Sean Horgan

    Yeah, I know about that.
    But I have it set up where my product is linked to a metal material. And that metal material is linked to the texture of a photograph. So the actual product file is not directly linked to the texture. Instead, the texture is linked to the material file which Is linked to the actual product file. I did this to combine the metal texture with the photograph texture (to give it a metallic feel).

    How do I scale a texture that is linked to another file? 

    I want the customer to be able to scale and move their image (the actual texture) onto a metallic material, without influencing the metal texture.

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  • Ian  Drews
    Ian Drews

    I'm not sure I understand what's different, from the standard way sorry. Would it be possible for me to take a look at your org? If you enable support access and link it here I can take a look.

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  • Sean Horgan
    Sean Horgan

      Hahahahaha That's alright. I don't think I explained it very clearly. How do I enable support access???


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  • William  Thompson
    William Thompson

    No worries, we will definitely take a look! If you open your org and go to Settings -> Features, at the bottom there is an option to allow support access. 

    Once that is done you can you email a link to the asset to idrews@threekit.com & wthompson@threekit.com or post it here and we will get into it! 

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