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unable to substract morph converted from object

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Hello,
previously I create a library object by comgining one morph and one 3D text, after that, I want to modify the text, so I tried this ways:
- convert the object to morph then try to cut out this text by subract (with another box), bit a part of original morph was cut but the text was still there.

Any way I can cut off this text or modify it?

Regards
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Barry Kelly
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You may find the object you created saved the morph in two groups, one for the base and one for the text.
So when you convert it back to a morph, you will actually have two morphs.

The cut you were performing was only cutting the original box and not the text morph.

See if you can select just the and delete it.
If selecting the text also selects the box, disable grouping and then see if you can select just the text and delete it.

Barry.

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