# Radius is different even though mean radius is the same on beveled curve

The scale and mean radius on this beveled curve are all set to 1 yet the radius on that one vertex is is smaller than every other radius. How do I fix this and make them the same radius?

• Probably there isn't any direct way to solve that, only workarounds, see blender.stackexchange.com/questions/66353/… – Mr Zak Aug 8 '17 at 8:59
• The "mean radius" may be 1 for them all, but "mean" is the average radius for all the selected vertices. So if you have three vertices and the first has a radius of 0.5, the second has 1.0 and the third a radius of 1.5, they still have a mean radius of 1. If you select all and set a mean radius of 1 and they are now all the same size but one is smaller, this can only be if that small one has a radius below 1 and the others slightly above 1. If this problem only occurs with one vertex, select it, set it to 1, then select all the others and also set them 1. – Gordon Brinkmann May 5 at 11:50

## 1 Answer

For a single vertex, you can edit it inside the Menu>Item>Transform>Radius; but for several at once, it seems impossible at the moment.