Flip command break History command?

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#1

Hello,

Why the Rhino6 Flip command break History command?

Does fix this ?


#2

Like any other command you might execute that modifies a child object, it will cut the history relationship with the parent object. However, if you run Flip on a parent object that has children with history, the child object(s) should respond (if they haven’t been modified).

–Mitch


#3

Does it not cut the history relationship with the parent object?
Does it posiable?

When I often Flip the surface by creating, the History command was break.
Is there a good suggestion? You can flip surface normals without destroying history.

Thanks for your help.


#4

I don’t know what’s possible, I do know that Flip on a child object breaks the history, it always has…

For example if you Loft some curves with history, the resulting surface is a child, the curves the parent. If you Flip the curves, the history is maintained and the lofted surface should respond; but if you flip the lofted surface, the history relation is broken and the curves can no longer change the surface.

If that can be “improved”, I have no idea…

–Mitch


#5

How to Flip the curves? Which command?


(Michael Pryor) #6

same command.
http://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/5/help/en-us/commands/flip.htm


#7

@Helvetosaur
I Have try the flip command to flip the curves but the surface has no change.