This command is currently working selecting the surface, enter, first point, second point to split a planar face
and enter to confirm. I suggest a faster option that would function like ExtractIsocurve command, (find position-direction and just 1 click) and have > toggle, angle, select 2 points and select splitting curve < options in command line.
Are you suggesting that the default follow the isocurve direction of the face?
Also, how do you see the “angle” option work?
I forgot to put in options: 2points and curve.
Hi Violine- it is not clear to me how Angle works- do you enter an angle someplace? How it the angle measured, from what baseline?
yes, you enter an angle on command line after you choose angle option.
I think that the baseline should be grid dependent, or world dependent.
What do you think about that?
I think that offset option would also be useful to add for this command.
Hi Violine- off hand I would say this is a rather special case… I’m not sure it is generally useful enough justifies the extra complexity of a command line option - can you tell me how this would be more useful than drawing a line at the locations you want? Perhaps I don’t ‘get it’ yet…
I do not know, as far as I’m concerned this command leaves much to be desired.
I second the “by isocurve” request, it would save an extract or explode and then re-join on polysurfaces.