I sometimes have the need to SubD-stitch together two adjacent edges. But since both edges are adjacent - they appear as only 1 line. So when Rhino asks me to select the first edge for stitching, I click on “that line” and Rhino marks it. Then I get asked to select the second edge. And again I click on “that line”.
Now, sometimes Rhino selects the correct second edge, and stitching works with no problem. The problem is, that often times Rhino seems to select the wrong (because already selected) edge as the second edge and therefore cannot do the stitching.
As a solution I would suggest that Rhino does not select any edge as the second edge for stitching, that has already been set as a first edge. Or - is there any other solution that I missed?
Here is a screenshot of the problem with one first edge already selected for stitching. This case is a demo of course - just for showing the problem.
I have attached a demo file for better understanding. It has a SubD plane with 4 edge pairs in the center not being stitched.
stitch_problem.3dm (67.1 KB)