I am using Blender 2.71 and Python 3.4.0 and I would like to add a row of vertices in such a way that I can call them using
bmesh.verts in the same order that I placed them (or in reverse).
I have placed them using the for loop:
for x in range (0,5): bmesh.verts.new((x,0,0))
This results in five vertices in a row starting from the origin. However, the call order for
bm.verts is totally muddled. For example, if I then run the following:
the one that disappears is the second from the right. I would expect it to be either the left or right-most vertex. Can anyone explain to me which method Blender uses to store these vertices?
The object contains no other vertices.
I have noticed that when adding four or less the order is sequential from right to left, but something changes at five. Is this something to do with polygons?