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How can I fill this without filling the holes?

Try AltF instead of F (if you want to simplify the topology afterwards you can press X > Limited Dissolve):
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Blender 4.1 Geometry Proximity Part of the Target Mesh Coming close to Effector Mesh

try this: result: tbh i don't know what you want to achieve with a rgb curve node from a single value (distance) which makes less sense. Or it is higher math i don't understand. I changed the map ...
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Converting a 3d model into a square-dominant mesh with same sized faces

The tool that comes the closest to what you show is probably the Data > Remesh > Quad, click on the QuadriFlow Remesh button and you'll be able to choose the amount of faces in the pop-up panel: ...
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Merge Curves via Geometry Nodes

1)Build the pointer from 2 arcs or if you want more control handles, 2 bezier segments. 2)Rotate and realize the instances into place 3)Convert them to mesh temporarily to merge the points. 4)For the ...
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Merge Curves via Geometry Nodes

I'll give an extremely simple answer for you and leave the elaborate answers with bells and whistles to the folks who suggested them. Since your Bubbles and Pointers are going to be generated ...
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How can I fill this without filling the holes?

I'm not really sure if you are starting with an svg or what but if you are starting with a curve obj you can just go to the Geometry tab and extrude it before converting it to a mesh You can also ...
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How can I fix the number of repeating unit issue in geometry nodes?

It is all a matter of values which you are combining. Since you use a Volume Cube instead of something simple like a Mesh > Grid for example which lets you exactly define where the points are, it ...
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Modify a segment of a spiral with geometry nodes

If you've generated the spiral yourself inside GN, you can set the Endpoint Selection of Resolution +1 points to the minimum Z of that selection: Of course, you could do the same to the other end, ...
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How can I fill this without filling the holes?

First up, a suggestion for a better title, like Duarte mentioned: Fill geometry with faces, without overlapping holes, to recreate image in 3D To the question, it should be pretty simple to fill the ...
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Python Geometry Node Trees

In Blender 4.1, the following script will produce the following screenshot: ...
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