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Author: Eric Emmons | Website: http://www.eric.emmons.com


Max's default will show you four views: Top, Front, Left and Perspective. You can modify this to your preferences by going to Customize > Viewport Configuration. If you click on Layout, the second tab, you can change the way your views are displayed on the screen. Let's say you just want to change the top view to a right view. All you have to do is activate the view you want to change by clicking on it and press "R" for right. The following are key commands for views:

Right R User U
Left L Perspective P
Top T Camera* C
Bottom B Grid G
Front F Disable D
Back K

Note: If you have more than 1 camera in you scene, when you press C to change views, it will display a list to choose from.

Another way to change your view is to right click on the view name and go to Views. A list of all views will appear for you to choose from. You may also choose how your view is displayed here to. The first 3 options when you right click will allow you to do this. See the image below to see your display options.

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Added: 2000-12-15
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