Unwanted verts on poly mesh...

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Old 10 October 2012   #1
Unwanted verts on poly mesh...

Hi--

I selected an edge loop and deleted it with the Delete Verts/Edges option. The edges went away, but the verts stayed, leaving me with the geometry shown below. Can someone please tell me how to select and delete the offending verts? I tried various iterations of the Cleanup function, but got nowhere. I keep believing that I should be able to select the entire path of verts, but haven't found a way. Selecting them individually would be a nightmare, so am looking for an easier, softer way.

All help appreciated!

TIA,

--Tim
 
Old 10 October 2012   #2
Deceptively easy.. Just select whole object, convert selection to vertices then press the delete key.

Alternatively, I've just mapped a shortcut key to run "performPolyDeleteElements;" which then deletes the vertices as well as the selected edges.

This is basically the same as using the EditMesh>Delete Edge/Vertex command.

Cheers,
Pete
 
Old 10 October 2012   #3
Originally Posted by hominid: Deceptively easy.. Just select whole object, convert selection to vertices then press the delete key.

Alternatively, I've just mapped a shortcut key to run "performPolyDeleteElements;" which then deletes the vertices as well as the selected edges.

This is basically the same as using the EditMesh>Delete Edge/Vertex command.

Cheers,
Pete



Thanks Pete! You guys are geniuses. Or geniiii.
 
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