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I want to move my vertice #2 up to the Y position of my vertice #1.

Is there a Snap option that would allow me to do it? I can't see it on the horizontal menu bar, perhaps I'm blind...

Thanks in advance!

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  • $\begingroup$ ok, thanks, it's done, and your method is actually simpler $\endgroup$
    – moonboots
    Commented Oct 6, 2018 at 13:35

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Ok so Mr Zak suggested me the best method to do it:

  • Select the vertice #1 which is the Y position reference.
  • ctrl G to make the cursor move to the vertice position.
  • Select the 2D Cursor as the Pivot Point.
  • Select all the vertices you want to snap to the Y position.
  • Scale down to zero with S Y 0

and a quite similar way:

  • Select the vertice #1, which is your Y reference, ctrl G to move your green cursor up to this vertice.
  • Select the vertices you want to align on the same Y position
  • shift S > Cursor Value to Selection, and again shift S > Flatten Handles, if necessary.
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