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- Oct 31 2020, 7:19 AM (38 w, 2 d)
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Thank you for the feedback @TheRedWaxPolice (TheRedWaxPolice) @Piotr Adamowicz (madminstrel)
Like you both mentioned, the benefit of less redundancy probably won't be worth the hassle of switching between tools. So we won't be making this change. If a solution comes up that wouldn't have to compromise on the workflow, I shall post it here. Thought it might be best to have the consequences of the current design well known and see if the others think it's worth a change.
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Thank you so much for addressing all the decisions to be made. It's really helpful. I think I could go ahead with the improvements proposed here.
I wasn't aware of the hotkeys you mentioned so that's great to know as well.
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No, because you can select more than one handle of multiple control points. And in that case, it is important that the center is that of the handle so the real pivot can be calculated.
Oh, right. My bad. Thanks for the clarification.
Hi. So I was taking a look at this bug and I found the following line (line 231) in source/blender/editors/transform/transform_convert_curve.c:
Dec 23 2020
Dec 4 2020
Updated as per @Jesse Yurkovich (deadpin) 's suggestions
- Moved the declaration and definition of dirvec into the scope in which it's being used.
- Fixed indentation issue.
- Replaced more lines of code with predefined methods.
Dec 3 2020
I made the following updates as per @Jesse Yurkovich (deadpin) 's suggestions.
Dec 1 2020
I, too, have a proposed solution at D9684: Fix T80979: Fixed the bevel distortion issue at bends. Would appreciate if someone can take a look.
Nov 20 2020
@Robert Rioux (riouxr) Hi. Thanks for the tip. It gave me an idea. I'll give it a try.
I was unable to fix this issue. Here's what I tried and what I learned, in case it'll help someone else.
Nov 3 2020
@Hans Goudey (HooglyBoogly) Oh okay. That makes sense. This is actually very helpful. Thanks a lot. I'll look into it and get back if I have more questions.