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Geo Nodes - Mark selected Edges Sharp

I don't know if this is intended behaviour or a bug, but what I have noticed recently (never noticed it previously because I usually use the node to smooth faces, not edges) and so I don't even know ...
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How can I select all edges that form part of a square without a face via python?

I found a solution. First I select all the edges that have only 1 face linked to them and then check that all of the vertices have exactly 4 edges linked to them: ...
Megan Love's user avatar
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How can I remove a point of junction and reconnect 2 meshes via python?

Angle based method There is a n-panel button you can test it. ...
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An improved version of "to sphere" in geometry nodes

//EDIT: Sorry, I misread your question. Why are you using To Sphere? This is just a circle, so I would use Loop Tools > Circle for this. When I'm doing this on a similar mesh like yours in the ...
Gordon Brinkmann's user avatar
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Why does dissolving these edges change the shape?

You could select all these faces and simply press F (Fill):
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How can I select all edges that form part of a square without a face via python?

How to find a hold with only 4 edges ...
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How can I select and remove excess loops from an edge outline using python?

Found the solution. Just extrude the mesh and then you can do Select Interior Faces. And then unextrude. ...
Megan Love's user avatar
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Is it possible to make a circle like LoopTools but only one quarter of it?

In Edit Mode, on 2D geometry, Shift Alt S 'To Sphere' will normalize the selection about the current Transform Pivot Point to a circle. (Here, the pivot is '3D cursor'): .. For even distribution of ...
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Geo Nodes - Mark selected Edges Sharp

So I have investigated more & it is because I am getting vertex indecies, while the set shade smooth is looking for edge indecies. In my case f.e. the edge between vertex 0 & 16 has an index ...
STRGnine's user avatar
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An improved version of "to sphere" in geometry nodes

There are definitely some complex node setups out there, and I'm no expert, but you could achieve something as simple as this by using the Resample Curve node which automatically spaces the vertices ...
Harry McKenzie's user avatar
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How can I remove a point of junction and reconnect 2 meshes via python?

Assuming that you're doing 2D, verts with no intersections other than that junction, this might cut it. ...
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