General discussion about the development of the open source Blender
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Ok, I know I'm not very observant But I just noticed the effect in edit mode where the lines attached to selected vertices radiate the yellow color, allowing easier identification of what is what. I love it! When did this happen, and who’s idea? It’s great! Thank you!
Ha ha ha, It's so funny how unobservant I am! That's the "draw edges" option? Maybe I somehow accidentally turned it on, but never before, hee hee??? I like it, it really helps me see where the lines are going, and haven't confused me ... yet??? I have so little time to spend with Blender, but had a chance to play over my vacation last week. It was fun!
Definately like the ability to see the wireframes better.. My biggest favorite is the knife tool and the winged-edge suppport with U/V nurbs style isoparm dividing.. I still haven't messed with weighted edges for subdivision surfaces, nor the particle physics.. Is there man pages somewhere on these?