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Old 04-01-2013, 08:07 AM   #1
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Removing mesh from InsertMultiMesh brush?

Hello! Is there a way to remove a mesh from InsertMultiMesh brush. I think it should be possible since I often add few mesh updates to the brush and the IMM picker (pressing M when IMM is selected) gets cluttered.

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Old 04-02-2013, 03:23 AM   #2
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once your brush is selected and if its polygroup you could try tool>geometry >modify topogloy>mesh from brush,
then once a subtool >group split
then delete what you dont want and create a new insert brush
 
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Oh, I didn't knew about this command, thanks. But for this particular case (IMM) this doesn't work for me since when I apply the mesh from brush command, tool is created, but what I would expect is that multiple subtools would be created (one for each mesh in IMM), so that you would then delete the undesired ones and create new IMM.
 
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if its not polygroup just select your IMM brush then bring out the one's you want to keep.
then once done use tool>group split
 
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