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undo a delete-action?

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undo a delete-action?

Postby testae » Mon Apr 25, 2011 2:58 pm

Hello Davidians,
this might be a stupid question but ist there a undo-function in shape fusion if I accidentally deleted parts of my mesh by using the "erase selection"-button?
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Re: undo a delete-action?

Postby hal » Mon Apr 25, 2011 5:08 pm

Hello,

unfortunately no, there isn't :?

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Mattia

p.s.: don't worry, there aren't stupid questions, but only stupid answers :D
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Re: undo a delete-action?

Postby testae » Mon Apr 25, 2011 7:47 pm

oh that is such a great pity, it would have saved me a lot of nerves and time :(
Anyway thank you for your quick reply Mattia.
Maybe I should post the suggestion for such a button at the Feature Wish List.
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Re: undo a delete-action?

Postby kalebreinhart » Tue Nov 13, 2012 2:44 am

I'm sort of shocked that the concept of "undo" wasn't considered in this software. Huge, huge feature missing. I'm a dozen scans deep and accidentally selected something I intended to keep. It's almost comical that I can't control-z to just fix that mess up.
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Re: undo a delete-action?

Postby Christian_Mendez » Thu Nov 22, 2012 12:17 pm

here´s a workflow solution / suggestion, this is what I´d usually do :

- if you´re working on something important, save the scans before anything else
- I roughly align the scans and save again
- I start cleaning the scans
- I register pairs - then I global register

I know it´s a lot of work but this way it´s not so tragic if you crash or delete anything unintentionaly.


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