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Old 03-02-2013, 06:27 PM   #1
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Edges Snapping to Edges?

Hey all,


Can one align a big length of edges to another identical length of edges?

I made a big mistake somehow. I had extruded window openings in a plane, THEN.... MOVE THEM! After I had mapped them nicely, created AO maps for them and everything.

The normal route is to Attach the sections, delete the extrusion area, and bridge them over and hope that I can use the existing graphics mappings that had been carried out.



What a mess.


I could also use Snap and move Vertices. A nice way to spend Saturday afternoon. :S
 
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If only one could Snap and Match a Border to another identical Border.
 
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I went ahead and just rebuilt a bridge, deleting the previous.

What a mess. Cant believe I had missed that mis-alignment... sigh.....


I must say though, looks better the second time around. Matched the mapping blending way better...
 
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