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When selecting a ring of edges Blender has a subdivide selected edges command to create an edge that is at the exact center (some call it the equator) of the ring of edges. Is there a way to merge two edge loops into one "equator"? If Blender can make an "equator" edge loop in a ring of edges with the subdivide command applied to the ring of edges, then is there a way to merge two edge loops into that same "equator" edge loop? I know there are work arounds for this. For example, make the "equator" loop in the desired edge ring and then dissolving the outer loops, but that is not a one click solution. Here is an image that I hope illustrates the challenge.

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There is a one click solution, but it requires different type of edge loop to be selected

CtrlAlt-click - select loop of edges.

M ⇾ Collapse

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    $\begingroup$ Thanks! That's what I was looking for. Collapsing the rings makes them into an edge loop at the "equator". $\endgroup$
    – Leo Aguiar
    Jun 24, 2022 at 21:53

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