[Bf-funboard] Remove Doubles Modifier
ideasman42 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 2 09:03:33 CET 2015
Only the implementation was rejected, not the feature.
Theres a ticket to discuss the feature,
On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 6:04 PM, Julian Herzog <julian.hzg at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just as a reminder, this was discussed in "[Bf-committers] Patch for adding
> Remove Doubles functionality to Decimate modifier
> in Jan 2013, when it was deemed to be too slow by Campbell. Not sure if
> that is still the case.
> I still think it could be very helpful in a number of situations.
> On 1 Feb 2015 05:31, "Adam Preisler" <adam at preisler.me> wrote:
>> I agree. It could be part of the decimate modifier.
>> Adam Preisler
>> On 1 Feb 2015 05:04, "- LEON -" <leon4you at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I would like to ask if it is possible to add a Remove Doubles modifier?
>> > Although some modifiers already have some options to merge vertices, such
>> > as Mirror and Array, I believe that's not so universal. To remove doubles
>> > at certain modifier stack order(s), I think, would be needed.
>> > Benefit:
>> > 1. For correcting the final vertex normals.
>> > After being modified by one or more modifiers, doubles may occur, which
>> > sometimes are not what we really want, since other modifiers below the
>> > stack may not need it.
>> > For example, seams are not good for Subsurf. In the example below, the
>> > caused by the last bend modifier in the end will not be removed unless
>> > having to apply all modifiers.
>> > http://blender.stackexchange.com/a/24053/696
>> > 2. For keying dynamic animation. We can insert keyframes to the
>> > / renderability to this modifier, or to the threshold value, etc, for
>> > creating more interesting or creative results.
>> > Thanks for your concern.
>> > --
>> > Leon Cheung
>> > a.k.a. Zhang Yu | 老猫
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