QUOTE(Eric2575 @ Jun 14 2008, 11:15 PM)
You have discontinuous splines. One way to check is to turn bias handles on and then click on either side of the suspect spline. If you are in smooth mode, you should see two bias handles, one on either side of the cp. If you only see one bias handle, you know the cp is either peaked or you have a discontinuous spline. If it's a dis-spline, hit shift and "k". This action will split the splines in two. Now Left click select the cp and while holding the left mouse button, simultaneously hit the right mouse button. This action will mend the two splines into one. Now you should see one smooth spline instead of two dis-splines.
Let us know if that solved the problem.
Eric, the problem is now solved, and I am really appreciated your help.
QUOTE(Caroline @ Jun 15 2008, 03:08 AM)
Another way to check is to click the spline near a CP, not quite on it, and press the Comma key. This will highlight the current spline, so you can see how far it extends.
Caroline, thank you for a nice "comma" trick, and this is really helpful.
Also, thank you Rob and Homeslice.