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How does one change the opacity of the extrusion for a 3D object in Photoshop CS 6 Extended?

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Control-Click (Mac) or Right-Click (Windows) and adjust the Opacity slider for the Extrusion Materials.

Opacity can also be found on the Properties Panel for 3D objects.

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There is also the Texture Map which will allow you to create a Transparency Mask (which works like other Masks in Photoshop using Grayscale values to change to offset the opacity value). Use the Texture/Folder icon (next to the 43% Opacity value) to make a new texture, the Edit the Texture (and when you open/edit it you may want to use 3D > Create Painting Overlay > Wireframe to see where the extruded shapes UVs (paintable areas) are). –  Kevin Bomberry Sep 14 '12 at 19:11
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