Thank you for looking into this already. I see the curve creation from matching a surface edge has some ticks/solves on the YT# already. Is the fix likely to be integrated into a new WIP/SR?
@eobet n regards to complaining about the clunkiness, yeah I understand the frustration. It’s like rhino had this heyday with T Splines/VSR which was a golden time (before my time, and outside of budget, I should add). Resources are going into subdiv to catch up (which I totally get, if it’s the market direction then that needs attention paid to it). Likewise, the growing sector of architecture/construction has less need for these type of matching/tune-up tools, so it feels like there’s limited request/airtime for improving this area.
I agree - there is some of overlap, and could be more, between blending and matching (hint: edge direction alignment in blendsrf ala matchsrf,or perhaps that’s too much overlap). The bug I pointed out, for example, is a workaround which means I can match opposite edges perpendicular to another surface edge with different directions - whereas with MatchSrf, preserve/auto/match/perp means you’re tied to changing both opposing end directions. All I can say is… I certainly wouldn’t know how these tools can be better from a capability point of view! I can only comment anecdotally.