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  • Vertex
August 14, 2018, 10:01:58 pm
Hi,

My Bridge command in NVil is only a fire and forget function, no ways to change things like sub-div or rotation. No options are visible. How can I enable the options for the Bridge command?

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  • Triangle
August 15, 2018, 08:44:10 am
Use the streamline tool > bridge/cap hole

It has all this functionality.


* LMB Tool: Edge_Bridge_Single#    If there is selection, this tool will attempt to bridge selection. Otherwise click to pick the first open edge, then click the second open edge to create a polygon between the the two edges. Tap Space key to change between linear and curve style. WMB/Alt+drag or click a number key to adjust segmetns. Caps-Lock key + WMB/Alt+drag to adjust curve strength.

* MMB Tool: Edge_Bridge_Multi#    If there is selection, this tool will attempt to bridge selection. Otherwise click to pick the first open edge, then click the second open edge to create polygons between the two lines of open edges extending from the two selected open edges. The operation will stop if a break condition comes across at an edge pair where one of the two edges has an angle against the ceter line of the two edges which is less than the threshold angle: 30, but if any of the picked edges is selected the selection range will be used. Tap Space key to change between linear and curve style. WMB/Alt+drag or click a number key to adjust segmetns. Caps-Lock key + WMB/Alt+drag to adjust curve strength.

* RMB Tool: Edge_BridgeHoles/CapHole    Click to select one of the first hole's edges, then click one one of the second hole's edge to create bridging polygons between the two holes. If double click the same edge, cap hole will perform.