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3 months ago
Learning blender (3.4 installed), I see people creating a spline then turning on motion tracking to view the path with arrows. They do this with the Viewport Overlays drop-down, enabling the Motion Tracking checkbox, to get the image below. However when I check the box my spline (a Bezier) doesn't look any different. There are no arrows.
What mistake did I make?
Ah, found it. It wasn't Motion Tracking that had to be enabled, it was "Normals", at the bottom of the dialog.
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