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MJV

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  1. MJV's post in Axis gizmo appearing long way away when entering point/edge/poly mode? was marked as the answer   
    Check the axis settings in the tool AM while in component mode to make sure it's not set to free. Also deselect all components. Does the problem persist?
  2. MJV's post in Best Color monitors? was marked as the answer   
    I use two BenQ monitors that I can recommend: 
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1308751-REG/benq_pd3200u_32_led_monitor_3840x2160.html?ap=y&smp=y
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1279881-REG/benq_pd2700q_27_led_2560x1440.html
     
  3. MJV's post in Arrowhead "Falls Behind" While Animating Along Spline (using Cloner) was marked as the answer   
    Sounds like a priority issue of some sort.  I would try putting the Cloner object below the Sweep in the Object manager so that the sweep calculates first. If that doesn't work, then I would consider doing this another way such as animating the Sweep's End Growth parameter to reveal it and then use expresso to match the arrow to the End Growth point, which is how I do stuff like this. I do admire the uniqueness of your approach though which shows how there are so many countless ways of doing the same thing in Cinema. 
  4. MJV's post in Assign Object To Spline was marked as the answer   
    You can skip the loft and extrude steps by simply extruding the connect object with an extrude generator object, and keep it parametric, as follows:

  5. MJV's post in Can't get polygon boxes after subdivision to cube was marked as the answer   
    You have to select the object inside your SDS object. Twirl the little arrow and select the child object. That's your cage. 
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