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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

This update to mesh(+) is a revision of the Face Effects and Face Subdivide categories which introduces list inputs for controlling face and vertex based variables on the input meshes.

For Face Effect components this means that a unique variable can be passed for each face in a single mesh while for Face Subdivide components the variable can be passed for each vertex.

- For Face Effects components all (c,s,d,t) values allow a list of variable to be passed which correspond to the face index of the input mesh. Single inputs can also be provided and lists of variables that are shorter than the face list will simply repeat the last value in the series for each remaining face.

- For Face Subdivide components all (c,s,d,t) values allow a list of variable to be passed which correspond to the vertex index of the input mesh. Single inputs can also be provided and lists of variables that are shorter than the vertex list will simply repeat the last value in the series for each remaining vertex.

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Comment by Christian Schmidts on November 9, 2013 at 10:47am

hello david, thank you for sharing these great tools with us! sometimes its hard to figure out what the  inputs are doing as they also don't have tooltips. an updated example file would be helpful.

best, chris 

Comment by David Mans on November 4, 2013 at 10:04am

A few quick followup notes on version 1-06.

The mesh output from all Face Subdivide components now uses combine vertex and cull degenerate cases to remove bad mesh elements when certain (t) values equal 0 or 1. This results in a cleaner mesh output and a faster operation then prior versions, but does mean that the vertex order and mesh order can be altered by these operations.

List inputs for Modify are currently under development, and Face Expand components are under review for feasibility.

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