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- Jun 28 2019, 3:37 AM (20 w, 20 h)
Aug 7 2019
Jul 28 2019
Yes, I know that "Spin" can be used as an "active tool", but the fact is that it does not exist in menus, or keyboard shortcuts, or any button as a "CLASSIC OPERATOR", while it is still in the Blender code but is only accessible in search F3.
However, "Screw" cannot even be used as an active tool, and either from menus or keyboard shortcut.
Jul 27 2019
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Jun 28 2019
As an extension of the problem, the referred failure occurs not only in the operator "Loop Cut & Slide", but also with any other operator that executes a sliding of vertices or of edges along other "control edges" (as per example: with the operator "Slide Vertices (Shift + V)" or the operator "Edge Slide")-
The possibility or option of being able to change "control edge" with the keyboard shortcut "Alt + Wheel mouse" during the execution of the operator "Loop Cut & Slide", and more specifically with "Even" activated, always existed and always worked in version 2.79 and earlier of Blender, both in a simple cube and in any other more complex 3D model, and it is very useful to achieve that the shape of the cutting loop has more or less travel in its slip according to the "edge" of control "chosen.
This option is simple, and does not require certain steps (more than the activation of the "Even" option) in the course of the operator, nor does it depend on any circumstance or specific context (rather than being in "Edit mode" and acting on a mesh) to work or not work; and it just does not work in Blender 2.80, or at least it has stopped working with the shortcut that continues to be reflected in the user manual of version 2.80:
In Blender v 2.79:
… In Blender 2.80, simply doesn't work the shortcut "Alt+Wheel mouse" with the option "Even", while attempting to perform the sliding of the cutting loop