Someone knows how to use the functionnality active and inactive in the 3d constraint function? "active" and" inactive" seems not to work in CS6. "Hole" function works :-(
Thank you for your help.
It might help if you provide an example where "Active" and "Inactive" fail to differ when inflation strength is greater than zero. The best way would be to supply a PSD/PSB. You can't attach one in the forum but you can upload to a service such as Dropbox or similar and post a link here.
I the 3D layer panel of photoshop CS6 you have layer called "Boundary constraint" after you made a 3D object. When you make a selection on your 3D object and you select the properties panel for the "Boundary constraint" layer you can add a new boundary constraint in 3 various ways ==> active, inactive and hole. Only the "Hole" option works, the other 2 do not change anything.
I know what a constraint is and how to change it in CS6. It works for me so I asked you to provide an actual example of it not working for you.
Remember, the inflation strength has to be non-zero for there to be a difference between "Active" and "Inactive".
Thanks again for all your help. I will try it very soon today and will let you know something. I indeed did not inflate my cube. Is there a way to modify seperately the strength or depth of the active constraint?