This came up while trying to figure out a workflow in a live stream. I originally asked for CurveThroughPolyline to have an option to join curves that were within tolerance. Somehow, that ended up becoming MergeCrv and Joincopy.
- There’s no way to control the seam with Joincopy/MergeCrv. You get halfway through a workflow and a seam will suddenly shift and wreck the surfaces you’ve created.
JoinCopy_MergeCrv Bug.3dm (124.6 KB)
- Joincopy being a separate command (not an option in CurveThroughPolyline) is a quality of life issue. The Joincopy output clutters the workspace and forces you to create “Junk” layers.
- Joincopy is superior to MergeCrv. With Joincopy you control the continuity between curves, while MergeCrv behaves like MergeSrf and does its own thing.
Here’s the relevant clip from the live stream showing these issues: