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Old 11-15-2003, 08:41 PM   #1
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Convert Nurbs to Poly via Control Points, delete nurbs smoothing edges via mel?

Hi all,

I have a request to all mel scripters. I have very little knowledge of scripting. What I was wondering was if there was a way to automate/semi automate the deletion of the nurbs smoothing edges that are converted with the Control Point selection of convert to polygon. I am used to manually deleting these edges by select contingious edges. It is quite time consuming with numerous patches, I would like to a script, but have no idea how.

Any ideas, or is there a script or new tool available in 5.0

Just a thought, and I have tried converting using Per Span # Isoparms = (1), but I don't like the slight change in topology.

Thanks in advance.

Dan
 
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