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I have removed a face inside one of my meshes, and now I'm trying to create a new one but based on 2 vertices from another mesh. In my tutorial it fills if with "F" key and creates new "quad", but at me it fills whole all area, not just 4 vertices. May be the reason is that I have a newer Blender version 2.81 while tut version is 2.79(smth). So I can't get a new fill with quad (pictures added). What am I doing wrong or not getting here? Thank you in advance.

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    $\begingroup$ It looks to me like you are trying to create a face from verts in two separate meshes which won't work. You need to join "inside" and "metal" into a single object, then you should be able to create the face. $\endgroup$ – crazycourier Jan 7 at 18:32
  • $\begingroup$ That was so obvious )) Thank you. $\endgroup$ – A1exandr Jan 7 at 19:11
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You can't have vertices, edges or faces across different objects. Different objects need to be joined first. Select both objects and press Ctrl+J

In case you forgot to "join" mashes here is a useful link on how to do it Thanks!

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