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    Weld but not weld Average

    Is there a way to Weld Average, just without the welding? So it would snap two points to the point between them, but leave them separate.
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    BeeVee solved the problem. Of course it's something I do all the time and just didn't think of it. Select both points, then Scale with the Selection mouse mode.
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    unless you have to apply it to 1000 points
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    I actually have about 360. I'm about 2/3 finished now and my hand is about to fall off.
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    there is a way now


    edit: in hindsight I should have called it CollapseToAverage instead
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    Last edited by Myagi; 05-22-2010 at 08:11 AM.

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    Haha!!!
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    it'd be interesting to see the obj to see if there's a faster way :]
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    you mean faster if it has to be pairs of points, and not the average of all?

    (if it has to be pairs of points I'm sure I could modify one or two lines in the script to handle that, if the point selection order is done in order of pairs, ie. sel 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 etc. where 0-1 is a pair, 2-3 is pair and so on)

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    yep! :]
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    there you go

    (selection order by pairs)


    edit: probably just in time for when Philbert has done it all manually
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    Registered User bjornkn's Avatar
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    It works even better with this edit to line 26:

    for (n = 0; n < total/2; n++)



    BTW, how do you decompile a .lsc script, if at all possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjornkn View Post
    It works even better with this edit to line 26:

    for (n = 0; n < total/2; n++)

    I caught that one just after I had posted and uploaded a new attachment, you were too quick with downloading


    I haven't heard about a lsc decompiler

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    Thanks Myagi I have done it manually but this will come in handy in the future I'm sure.
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    Thanks for these Miyagi.

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