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Old 29-06-2009, 06:36 PM   #1
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Default Real quick question . Vertex and edges.

Hey guys, simply question, no biggy. If i have multiple edges converging into one vertex, what tool, or operation do i use to separate them?

In my case i have six, i inserted an isoparm then realized, once it was pretty late in the game, that it wasnt really what i wanted. Im not trying to delete it, but it just seems like a pretty quick thing- to separate three from three.

If snapshot would help lemme know.
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Isoparms and vertices? Whaa? What are you using NURBS or polys? If you're using polys, you can use the chamfer vertex operation, that's probably what you're after. :p
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Old 29-06-2009, 11:54 PM   #3
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oh crap! yeah sorry my bad, i meant that i had used the split polygon tool. Yeah i was just in nurbs and then converted to polys. But yeah chamfer was was one.

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