My life expectancy just went up today, too. I’ve been working on a definition that worked great on one object… then I updated it to work on multiple objects. Guess what? It stopped working on one. I traced it back to the inconsistency of Simplify and was getting ready to log a bug, knowing that that ship has long sailed, and there’d be now way it’d ever change.
But then I stumble in to Surify and think - wow, this might just save my definition. I’m still in the process of trying it out, but I have hope now.
@DavidRutten I wish that the Suirify was in the same place as Simplify (Sets > Tree) instead of Params > Util. I also wish it was called Simplify Consistently instead of Surify - as the name doesn’t help me understand at all what it does.
Even better, why isn’t this just an option on Simplify? I’m sure it’ll never be the default… but man, this sure makes working with variable inputs easier. Perhaps it could be a third “C” bool input on Simplify. This seems consistent with all the inputs that go into “Clean Tree”.