Add "tolerance" option in some commands

I’ve been saying it for a long time. You could add a “tolerance” option in the command line, especially in those commands that use it massively, for example, all over, the shell (but also the booleans …).
For example, the shell operation does not work at a tolerance of 0.01, so it may work at 0.1; it is not possible whenever you have to go to the options panel and change the value, it becomes frustrating.

What do you think, makes sense?

Hi Davide - I would say it does not make sense - if you override the file tolerance for operations like this (Boolean, Shell) , the resulting brep is likely to have edge and vertex tolerances that are out of file tolerance. It is not a good idea to do this ‘manually’ by temporarily changing the file tolerance either.