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Let’s say vertices V2 as

V1——V2——V3

I want to delete the vertex V2 without deleting the edge V1-V3. So I want it become as below after deleting V2.

V1—————V3

Is there any way to do this?

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  • $\begingroup$ Another way would be selecting v2 then v3 and use "merge" > "at last" $\endgroup$ – m.ardito Oct 24 '17 at 8:00
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  1. Select vertices you want to delete
  2. Press X on your keyboard
  3. Select Dissolve Vertices

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In my case "Dissolve" did something unexpected.

If you want to just remove redundant vertices on a straight line, I believe the proper way is to select it, then shift-select it's neighbor, then right-click and choose Merge Vertices > At Last for Blender 2.8.

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  • $\begingroup$ The vertex in question is the orange one on my screenshot, it's located on a straight line between V1 and V3, and no other vertexes are linked to it. Though I'm new to blender, so sorry if my answer is wrong... $\endgroup$ – Artur Klesun Jun 30 at 21:55

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