Greetings to all,
I have a question regarding what appears to be a display discrepancy, but maybe not?
So I am dealing with some planar shapes, which I then thicken:
notice that here meshing is disabled:
with meshing enabled, the geometries look like this:
meshing disabled shows the quality I want:
meshing enabled doesn’t:
After baking (regardless of meshing disabled or enabled), I get this,
where regions marked with an ‘x’ are what I don’t want:
In fact, I don’t even need to thicken for the bug to show up:
boundary surfaces prior to thickening are a result of several curve operations (pulling, pinching, splitting, joining again, etc.) - areas with super tight control points were my initial suspicion - once I simplify all curves, point duplication is resolved, yet I continue to get a remnant of the bug still:
Why is that or which settings should I edit to avoid this?
I appreciate your help and thank you in advance for any suggestion.
Here’s a sample:
ribexample.gh (155.2 KB)