Moving a vertex

Moving a vertex

Moving a point

MouseOK   Ribbon: TopoplanModify TIN >  Move Point

MouseOK   Menu: GroundEditing TIN >  Move Point

MouseOK   Toolbar: Editing TIN >  Move Point

KeyboardOK Command line: NG_MESH_VERTEX_MOVE_XY

The command moves a point in an existing surface (Submesh or Polyface mesh) and rebuilds the triangulation. The movement takes place in the XY plane.

To move a point:


1.    Run the command.

2.    In response to the prompt in the command line

Select vertex to move

select a vertex. When you hover the cursor over the mesh node that will be selected for moving, it is highlighted in red.

3.    After specifying the node, the prompt follows:

Pick new vertex position

It is possible to specify a new position of vertices with a snap to the objects of situation.

Node whose position should be moved

The node position has been changed

4.    Several vertices can be moved in succession. Pressing ESC button ends the command.


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