MatchSrf - any way to keep track of what you've matched?


#1

Hi,

I’ve got situations where I need to match around 500 surfaces together via MatchSrf before joining them into a polysurface. Is there anyway to keep track on what you’ve matched. Currently I am doing it mentally and then when I do a “join” at the end, I am having to backtrack to do the ones I missed out. Is there any more efficient way?

Thanks,

Hannah


MatchSrf in RhinoCommon or Scriptable?
#2

If you don’t mind putting all the surfaces that have been matched on a dedicated layer, you could create a layer named “Matched” and a button or alias with this macro:

! _MatchSrf
pause pause pause
sellast
-properties object layer “Matched” enter enter enter

Making the “matched” layer locked or off would help with keeping track of what has been done.


#3

Thank you for that - I shall give it a go.

Hannah