BUT this alters the subD cage to something else than the control mesh, making it impossible to add new accurate location points. I fully understand that this has to be done under the hood, but for a user it is not much good IMO.
I know I can turn on EditPoints instead of the ControlPoints, but when I swap from smooth to jagged view (Tab) then I see the distorted mesh. So COULD this be invisible to the user and have Rhino show me the input mesh instead?
I understand this would require a dual setting for SubD’s, but with out it it’s close to impossible to use “snaps” for SubD. I guess SubD objects would need a toggle to choose what mode to use though…
As you can see, if I make a crease on the “Location” SubD then this crease is now NOT where the original input points were, it is along the edge of the “altered control mesh”:
The problem now is that I can’t manually move this creased edge up to the original location either since then the SubD won’t align to the surrounding location points any more.
I see this is a bit complex so shout out if there is anything that needs clarification.