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I want to create a simple road. To do this I first want to apply an 'Array Modifier' which fits the curve. So in the Array modifier I changed the 'Fit Type' from 'Fixed Count' to 'Fit Curve'. But now the Path is much shorter than the road it self.

And If I extrude the curve the road goes even longer and longer. Is there a way the road is as long as the path?

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

I think the problem is that the objects have a different scale. Select both the curve and the path and hit Ctrl+A and apply the scale.

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Cool, Ctrl+A did it! – Codey Feb 18 '14 at 17:48

You can achieve this using a plane with default values a bezier-curve with default values with these modifier settings on the plane object:

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