Zero

1 vote
Version: 
V1
Date Updated: 
03/11/2013
Author Name: 
Oliver Emley

A simple Script for moving the selected object to 0,0,0 at the touch of a single button.

To install simply copy the downloaded macroscript file to
C:\Users\(Username...)\AppData\Local\Autodesk\3dsMaxDesign\2013\ENU\usermacros

You may need to enable show hidden files to access the folder.

After that you open 3ds max, go to customize> Customize User Interface> Toolbars. Under category find Oliver Emley and then drag Zero to an existing toolbar or create a new one.

Version Requirement: 
2010 - 2013
AttachmentSize
oliver_emley-zero.mcr81 bytes

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oliveremley's picture

This alows you to move multiple objects

Hi Trebor777

This allows you to move multiple selected objects in one hit and each object shal move to 0,0,0 (dependent on where its Pivot point is) and you don't have to click the spinners separately.

I know it doesn't sound like that big a deal but if you need to move lots of objects before saving to separate files then any reduction in the amount of clicks can speed up the process.

Oliver

Oliver Emley
Freelance CAD & Visualization
[email protected]
oliveremley.carbonmade.com

chakib's picture

You can't do it to multiple

you have to click 3 times + You can't do it to multiple objects at the same time !

But i didn't try this script so i can see if it applies to more than one selected object.

trebor777's picture

Hum, you can do that simply

Hum, you can do that simply by right clicking on the up/down arrow button in the coordinate section.

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