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 From:  Barry-H
3700.1 
Hi,
I have been using both of these commands and was wondering if it was possible that
Csec could have an option to generate automatically its own sections as Lineweb does.
Or that a Close curve option could be added to Lineweb thus achieving the same thing.

Barry-H
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3700.2 In reply to 3700.1 
Hi Barry, I've added a "Closed" option to LineWeb, I've updated the attachment in the original message:
http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=3666.10

It will show up as a checkbox located here:



Then if you enable it, it will make output like this:




Hope that helps!


- Michael

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 From:  Barry-H
3700.3 In reply to 3700.2 
Hi Michael,
It works great many thanks.
Barry-H
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 From:  BurrMan
3700.4 In reply to 3700.2 
Stop......My heads going to explode!!! :o
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 From:  steve (STEVE_HOME)
3700.5 In reply to 3700.4 
I had missed the(Lineweb) original posting, very happy the subject has been brought up again as this(script/ability) will save me a lot of work.

Many thanks Michael :)
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 From:  WillBellJr
3700.6 
This is a great utility Michael. I can't help but think it's sorta related to Network.

Is is worth somehow making this functionality an option for the Network command?

Granted, network generates surfaces, and this generates curves (which I then tend to use for Network at the moment).

Either way, great stuff!

-Will
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3700.7 
@ steve - thanks, I'm glad it will be useful!

@ Will - yeah it is kind of related to Network since it involves a gridwork of curves like Network uses. But yeah this command is focused on generating curves (or lines or points) and not a surface like Network is. I'm not really sure how I could combine it with Network without making the command more complex with more options and modes within it.

- Michael
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 From:  eddi
3700.8 In reply to 3700.7 
@BurrMan
--->Stop......My heads going to explode!!! :o

you need doctor ???
-EDDI
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 From:  BurrMan
3700.9 In reply to 3700.8 
Thanks EDDI, I'm ok now. I just needed a moment to wrap my head around how much I like MoI!!!

But when the V3 beta rolls around, i may need serious help.... Do you have any recommendations?
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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
3700.10 In reply to 3700.9 
Hey Burr, maybe a a few sessions in Tony's Brain Amplifier would get you ready for V3 :)

-
~Danny~
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 From:  BurrMan
3700.11 In reply to 3700.10 
"""""""""""Tony's Brain Amplifier"""""""""""

I think he donated that to Michael!!! Thats how he is comming up with that "Only a tool that the developer of the app can think of tool" for the V3 wishlist... :o (Either that or Mrs G is using it for some relaxation after a full day with the little man!!! LOL)
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 From:  eddi
3700.12 In reply to 3700.9 
@BurrMan
haha, cool, head back to neck.

--->Do you have any recommendations?
Please ask your physician or pharmacist about the risks and side effects, while using Moi3d.
-EDDI
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 From:  curveman (MARIO5)
3700.13 In reply to 3700.2 
Hi Michael is it possible to combiend the lineweb command with the loft command ex : type off loft curve or surface
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 From:  Michael T. (MICTU_UTCIM)
3700.14 In reply to 3700.13 
Select all the curves from your LineWeb or Csec, then select Network command. See if that get's you what you are looking for.

Michael T.
Michael Tuttle a.k.a. mictu http://www.coroflot.com/fish317537
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 From:  curveman (MARIO5)
3700.15 In reply to 3700.14 
hi i have done an icon for it and place it with loft command thank you


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 From:  BurrMan
3700.16 In reply to 3700.15 
Yo CurveMan...Pretty slick. Me likey!
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 From:  Michael Gibson
3700.17 In reply to 3700.13 
Hi Mario,

> Hi Michael is it possible to combiend the lineweb command
> with the loft command ex : type off loft curve or surface

Well you can just use Loft directly on the original curves that you selected for LineWeb - it's not necessary to run LineWeb first if you want to loft a surface through a set of curves.

So for example if you have some curves like this:



Select them:



And then run Construct > Loft on them directly:




So note that there isn't any need to run LineWeb if you want to create a loft through those curves.

LineWeb is more for some special effects like if you want to use the curves to build tubes around them or cut them into segments to build panels or things of that nature.

For just creating a surface through the curves you don't really need to be use LineWeb at all, just use Loft by itself.

- Michael

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 From:  andras
3700.18 In reply to 3700.17 
Hey! This was my request when I asked about "panelling" tool :D Great! Thanks Michael!
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 From:  curveman (MARIO5)
3700.19 In reply to 3700.18 
Hi all i have done this with lineweb network patch pipe and copy to points started with 3 curves


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 From:  Sharif (SR13765)
3700.20 In reply to 3700.19 
Hi Mario;

Nice Work!; How did you get the red objects to follow the curve?

Thanks

Sharif
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