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Blender v2.79.


Let's say I have to extrude all faces of this planar construction containing two edges not included in faces, and one isolated vertex:

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In this object, there are not hidden vertices, edges or faces:

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If I select all faces in Face-Select mode, the result (after extrusion of the selection) is this one:

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The orphan edges have been selected, which isn't what I expected since it is not possible to select the edges manually (e.g. by using Border-Select) in this mode. Looks like a bug to me.


But if I select all edges in Edge-Select mode, then switch to Face-Select mode, the result is this one:

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The edges are not kept selected. This behavior seems compliant to the documentation about Select modes:

When switching modes in an “ascendant” way [...] the selected parts will still be selected if they form a complete element in the new mode.


Another strange result: Select All in Vertex-Select mode, switch to Face-Select and back to Vertex-Select:

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Only one edge is kept selected as well as the isolated vertex. Seems completely buggy.


Anybody with a clear view of this? What is the correct way to select all complete faces for the extrusion?

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    $\begingroup$ There is probably a zero sized face there with overlapping vertex. Try removing doubles $\endgroup$ – Duarte Farrajota Ramos Jun 24 '18 at 15:37
  • $\begingroup$ @DuarteFarrajotaRamos: I've updated the question, adding the number of faces reported by Blender. Nothing is hidden or co-located (the object is a plane where some faces and edges have been removed). $\endgroup$ – mins Jun 24 '18 at 17:15
  • $\begingroup$ Do you have a file to take a look at? As it stands, I would say select one element, no matter whether it is a Vert, Edge or Face and Select Linked by pressing L with your mouse over your target or Ctrl + L if you are elsewhere. $\endgroup$ – Ben Feb 5 at 13:45

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