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Guys how do I deal with seams when applying mirror modifiers?
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Guys how can I stop making dumb threads for shit I can solve with a google search?
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>>673545
make sure you checked clipping and theres a range bar you can increase that to make it clip at larger values but also what ^ said
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>>673546
>>673548

thanks bros, sorry for killing a thread
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>>673546
its a blender user, being stupid is expected
>>673545
get a real software
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>>673548
This. Turn on clipping.
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>>673545
Another option: it may not be practical, depending on how many verts you have, but you can use the hotkey [alt-m] to merge two verts, and then the hotkey [c] to merge them at the center. The questions or blender thread might be a more appropriate place for questions like this in the future.
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>>673545
1. box-select all verts near the mirror plane
2. press S, then X, then 0, then Enter
3. Check out the transforms (N tab) and enter "0" for the X value in Global mode



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