Wish: Make it possible for the
! _RefitTrim command to optionally work even on surface edges that are divided into several pieces, without the need to use
! _MergeEdge (with the “All” option) prior that. A command line option for that that could be remembered within the current session would be welcomed.
Bug: I have two very simple planes split by a basic line. Then I build a blend surface in-between that also has totally straight sides (U direction: degree = 1, CV count = 2; V direction: degree = 5, CV count = 6). However, when I use the
! _RefitTrim command, it shrinks the flat surfaces more than the target size suggests and the bottom corner of one of those surfaces leaves nearly 0,37 mm gap. The absolute tolerance of my scene is 0,001 mm and angle tolerance is 0,1 degree.
I also noticed this behaviour of overly-shrinking while working on some other models in the past weeks, but since this happens so often even on very basic planes with walls split by a basic straight line, I think that it needs to be addressed. It should try to keep the same size as the trimmed surface before running this command. Shrinking it way too much basically leaves gap and forces me to use “Match surface” every time I use “RefitTrim”.