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Random height in face mode

Apart from the solution which @Chris suggested - which requires you separate the columns into individual objects, I'm not sure if this was apparent to you - here is a workaround which is not great but ...
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Close this thing

Select the loop surrounding the hole, press Ctrl+F and select Grid Fill. Then you can adjust the settings in the panel on the bottom left, if needded. For this to work you have to have an even number ...
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Why doesn't "selecting similar faces by area" work in my case?

Your object is very small, lower down the threshold:
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How to subdivide keeping the form of the curve_

Subdivide comes with a 'Smoothness' setting, which appears to need some definition of a vertex-normal to work with: In the absence of faces, normals appear to be derived from vector-to-object-origin. ...
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How to subdivide keeping the form of the curve_

You can try the Relax operation. Activate the LoopTools addon, select the edges (in Edge Select mode) and RMB > LoopTools > Relax:
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Close this thing

Just to illustrate the Grid Fill feature. To get predictable results, select two opposite edges, with equal number of vertices.
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2 votes

Align cursor rotation to normal

The 3D cursor, when moved with ShiftRMB-drag, can be Ctrl snapped, so the settings on the left below will at least align its Z to face normal: But, as an aside, IMO, the 3D cursor tool is still ...
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What is the best method to snap the vertices of an edge loop to a curved face in a single operation?

I haven't found a way of getting Snap > 'Project Individual Elements' > 'Face Nearest' to respect other constraints, ( eg GX, or even GG) which would be more convenient. Instead, Snap > '...
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How to mirror knife cuts on existing mesh?

The knife cut won't be symmetrized automatically with the X symmetry option on, this tool will only move or remove the vertices that are moved or removed on the opposite side. What you can do though ...
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How to Create Pointy Oval Shape?

Maybe it is something like that?
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