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rhino:hiddensecrets [2019/07/19]
pascal [21. Measure on the fly]
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pascal [4. Selection filters]
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 =====4. Selection filters===== =====4. Selection filters=====
  
-You can filter selection with keyboard (command line) filters in many cases -- the most useful is **crv** for filtering curves. Example: If you want to trim with an edge curve rather than the entire surface, start **Trim**, then at the prompt to select the cutting objects, type **crv** and Enter. Now if you click on the edge of the surface, the edge curve will be selected as the trimming object. There is no need to **DupEdge** to get a curve in place of the edge to trim with.  If you use this a lot with the **Split** command, you can create a macro like this (works only with the surface to split being preselected): ​ ! //split pause crv   If you use the crv option with the Trim command, you can create this macro (works only with nothing preselected):​ ! //Trim crv+You can filter selection with keyboard (command line) filters in many cases -- the most useful is **crv** for filtering curves. Example: If you want to trim with an edge curve rather than the entire surface, start **Trim**, then at the prompt to select the cutting objects, type **crv** and Enter. Now if you click on the edge of the surface, the edge curve will be selected as the trimming object. There is no need to **DupEdge** to get a curve in place of the edge to trim with.  If you use this a lot with the **Split** command, you can create a macro like this (works only with the surface to split being preselected): ​ ! //split pause crv   If you use the crv option with the Trim command, you can create this macro (works only with nothing preselected): ​//! //Trim crv// + <​Enter>​
  
 =====5. Render previews===== =====5. Render previews=====
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