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Old 22-08-2002, 09:40 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Combine faces

Hi folks,

As you can see the image, I have two faces selected and I wanna combine them to make just one. How can I do it?



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Old 22-08-2002, 10:32 AM   #2
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Hi Rodi!

sure mate, just delete the edge, not sure if this is going to affect you model as I dont know what you are after but this is how to do it:
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Default TRY my melscript for this:)

If you just delete the edge, you still have winged vertices that are just hanging there, invisible, but they are still there.

these could cause problems later on, so....
that's why I wrote this script

Read the readme for instalation instructions
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Old 10-09-2002, 08:33 AM   #5
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nice one racecgi...

I will download this and give it a go later

thx man
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cool man.. i'll check it out too... thnx 4 sharin'..
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Originally posted by Kevin
nice one racecgi...

I will download this and give it a go later

thx man
NO problem guys, I'll try to keep the answers comin!

I'm new to this site, but I've neen in the biz for 7 years, and I thought I'd start spillin my guts a bit

Also, Kevin, I just noticed "Handsom Administrator".
That's great! hehe...

How many posts do I have to do to get something like:
"NURBOOB" or "bob, the wonder vertice" ?

hehe... just wondering if you have a list of all thos names lyin around here somewhere....
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I wrote that script because I got tired of the Mirai guys having all the killer modeling tools
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