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I'm having a bunch of trouble with this. I have faces going in a circle, but I want to add a face in between two of the faces to create the closed circle, but whenever I select the 4 vertices or the 2 sides, it selects every single side or vertices between the two... Making my problem. enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ Select both opposite edges of this gap, then press "F" to fill a face between them. $\endgroup$
    – TLousky
    Oct 24, 2015 at 18:05

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Select one vertex first and while pressing Shift Select the other 3 vertices you want to connect, and press F

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select an edge and while pressing Shift select the edge to connect to and press F

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select edges or vertices and do bridge edge loop

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Also it sounds like you might be hitting 'alt-click' instead of 'shift-click' to select verts/edges. Alt-click selects a loop of verts/edges, whereas shift-click adds or subtracts single verts/edges from your current selection.

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