Bool Diff + Explode!

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
479.1 
Curiously can't made the Boolean Diff (Horizontal + Vertical) in only one Pass ! Is that normal?(
(Just replace the sphere dissected by a new sphere in the file linked)
For Tyglik or Michael : a function explode will be cool !
Made that by hand is an headache as soon as more 10 objects! Select all objects, point a Center, make a "spherical" move = Horizontal + Vertical
or other tricky moves x y z :)

(on the image yellow grid and texts Vertical & Horizontal are inversed but no matter :)
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EDITED: 15 Mar 2007 by PILOU

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 From:  tyglik
479.2 In reply to 479.1 
Hi Pilou,

>>...a function explode will be cool !

As Michael mentioned here:

[quote:Michael]
This and the sort of "slide like array dir" are definitely cool ideas!

But I think it will be a while before I will be able to work on them though, there are some other more basic things I should fix up before that.
[quote]

So you must wait.... :)


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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
479.3 In reply to 479.2 
@Ptr
Sure :) I will wait or maybe you have not a little idea for give a try of your practical coding exercice?
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 From:  Michael Gibson
479.4 In reply to 479.1 
Hi Pilou,

> Curiously can't made the Boolean Diff (Horizontal + Vertical) in only one Pass ! Is that normal?(

This was due to a bug in the geometry library, I've fixed it for the next beta so that it will complete in one pass. But there are a couple of incorrect cuts made still, in a couple of places where multiple cuts cross each other in a very slight amount. These kind of small slivery intersections can be difficult to calculate.

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