|Just copy them|
|Manuel Ohnemus | 13.3.2009 21:31|
|Hi Daniel, you can just copy one or more single elements somewhere else. Place them on a different solid and use boolean operations. Holes will appear as solids then and will have to be substracted from that solid.|
Get one element from boolean tree
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|Get one element from boolean tree|
|Daniel Barna | 5.3.2009|
Currently one can either completely explode a boolean tree, or delete a single item from it (if I am not wrong...)
It would be nice if one could retrieve a single element from the boolean tree, as an object.
For example, if I have created complicated 'hole' (by subtracting some object from another one), and later I realize that I need to make the same hole on another object, I would like to retrieve this subtracted object (which is part of that boolean tree), and copy it, and subtract it from the other object as well.
Is it possible now?
|Daniel Barna | 27.3.2009 16:21|
Thanks, it's a good idea, but what is the exact way you do it?
If I try Edit->Copy, then the 'Select single elements' and 'Select solid boolean tree branches' options are disallowed for me.