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Hi guys I was wondering why tiny.x is facing down? It just seems odd that all the other models are fine but this one is always facing down... :)

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He needs to learn how to ask questions. He probably means a sample model that comes with XNA or DirectX SDK.

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I thought it was a famous model, but I must be mistaken...

I was indeed talking about the tiny.x from the SDK.

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I thought it was a famous model, but I must be mistaken...

I was indeed talking about the tiny.x from the SDK.


Depends if you are using DirectX and the DirectX SDK

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Original post by emforce
I thought it was a famous model, but I must be mistaken...

I was indeed talking about the tiny.x from the SDK.


Depends if you are using DirectX and the DirectX SDK
Yup, the OP has excluded a pretty wide range of potential helps.

Apart from that: no code no nothing.

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So is anyone actually going to answer his question or attempt to help him? It's quite obvious he is asking about the tiny.x file that comes with the DirectX SDK.

@OP

What are you viewing the model in when it appears to be facing down? Chances are you are viewing it in a program where the coordinate system is different, for example.

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