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Instead of snapping each vertex individually, is there a fast way to snap multiple vertices into 1?

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  • $\begingroup$ I don't get it but do you want to merge them? Oh never mind someone answered it $\endgroup$ – Mysticreator Jan 17 at 3:30
  • $\begingroup$ not necesery, just want to snap individual vertices into one without pressing any key like snapping do $\endgroup$ – ren'pin Jan 17 at 4:22
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This way doesn't merge. It involves pressing keys, but you do have to tell the application what you want, somehow.

  • Keyboard . (period) set the pivot point to 'Active Element'
  • Make your selection, ensuring your target vertex is active, for instance by selecting it, and Box/Circle selecting the rest.
  • Hit S0
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Yes. With the vertices selected, press M, and select for example At last, so all will be merged into the last one that you selected. By the way, M > By Distance is also used to remove duplicate vertices.

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  • $\begingroup$ thanks, its pretty helpful! And is there any faster solution without merging them? without pressing any keys, like snapping do $\endgroup$ – ren'pin Jan 17 at 4:19

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