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ProBuilder How to make Plane Handle mode work for Vertices and Edge?

Discussion in 'World Building' started by zoltanBorbas, Aug 9, 2018 at 5:38 PM.

  1. zoltanBorbas


    Nov 12, 2016
    I am struggling to work with anything that is not a simple plane if the local rotation of the edge or the vertex is not coincides with the local rotation of the face it is attached to.

    It is very easy to move this edges along side the face because the object is not been bended or rotated, it is a simple cube with its face subdivided.


    However as soon as the same cube bended at its corners (same case when its local rotation changed) any edge or vertex in plane handle mode is defaulting to the what ever the local mode provides as shown bellow.


    Is there any way to manually align the handle(gizmo). It is quite a common practice to shape objects made from a cube via manipulating its edges/vertexes by moving them along the connecting faces as shown in the first picture which becomes impossible as soon as the handle rotated in ways where the single axis movement takes the edge/vertex away from the connecting face.

    Am i doing something wrong? Is there some settings that would help?

    I will appreciate any helpful comment.