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Re: How to "inline" a sub-model?
avatarNovember 18, 2013 04:48PM
I see, given the fact you not actually want to inline ( http://forums.ldraw.org/read.php?22,10774,10812#msg-10812 )

You just need to obtain the abs pos/ori of the reference in question ?

This you can do by entering nesting and selecting the origin part of the minifig (whatever part is at 0,0,0 in the minifig mpd).
Then open the property dlg for the selection (enter key). During nesting all those numbers are at toplevel coordinates, copy them (dlg right click popup menu).
Leave nesting (shift+n) and insert a new minifg reference anywhere.
Open the props dialog again and paste the pos/ori

ps: When something is blocking the minifig just temporay move stuff in order to do the posori copy and hit ctrl+z afterwards.
pps: I just finished part hiding in my dev tree of 1.3 :)
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