Urgent - How to find "holes" in curves (to close them) All  1-4  5-13

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 29 Aug 2009  (5 of 13)
 2888.5 In reply to 2888.4 When Michael sleeps I am awake and inverse :D --- Pilou Is beautiful that please without concept! My Gallery

 From: Samuel Zeller 29 Aug 2009  (6 of 13)
 2888.6 In reply to 2888.5 Hehehe hopefully Another question, possible to select a surface and convert it to a curve ? For example I draw a 2d circle, do a planar, erase the curve, I only have a surface. I know I can click on that surface and shift select every curve, but how to do it automatically?

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 29 Aug 2009  (7 of 13)
 2888.7 In reply to 2888.6 Menu Edit / Separate? then kill surface, curve is living ;) Use the browser for selection all that you want ;)

 From: pitrak 29 Aug 2009  (8 of 13)
 2888.8 In reply to 2888.7 Another option is to select the surface, then the curves you need and just copy paste them. That's easier if you want to keep the object and need the edge for something else.

 From: Samuel Zeller 29 Aug 2009  (9 of 13)
 2888.9 In reply to 2888.8 Yeah but pitrak when I got 1 surface with more than 50 curves its boring to select everything :P Yep Pilou its the right thing to do, I must be sleeping because ive already done that for another work.

 From: Michael Gibson 29 Aug 2009  (10 of 13)
 2888.10 In reply to 2888.1 Hi DesuDeus, one note on this part: > Everything is closed curves at first sight but Ive > found some non-closed curves You can use the properties panel in MoI v2 to quickly identify if you have a closed curve or an open curve. If the selected curve is closed, it will say "Closed crv" here: If the selected curve is not closed, it will just say plain "Curve" and not "Closed crv" there. If you select multiple curves, like say 10 of them, then if they are all closed it would say "10 Closed crvs" there, but if they are a mixture of some open and some closed, it will say "10 objects" there. So looking at that type readout gives you a way to know if you've got any open curves. - Michael Attachments: