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Strange Bug? when using Extrude and Pose Transform


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I found this strange behaviour when using several tools with no back faces. Freeze, surface and voxal extrude tools all have this behaviour when performing lasso selection. image.png.23e45fc2d4995c2d065088da27b98ceb.pngimage.thumb.png.28940f88e2c1f58b92d58f2d76c8b3d5.png

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1 hour ago, Oleg Shapov said:

May I know more details?

It happens when use generally every tools that does extrude or freeze with Ignore Back Face checked on. I simply perform a lasso selection with them on some objects. It happens randomly, even on plain surface. On an symmetrical object, it could happen on one side and not on the other.

I did not check Depth Limit or On Plane. The artifacts do not appear when Ignore Back Face is turned off.

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57 minutes ago, Carlosan said:

Restore the tool to default (RMB over the tool) solve the issue ?

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The issue were present when using multiple tools, surface and voxel, so I dont think the problem is caused by tool settings. Oleg said Apply to Global Space helped on his end, but it did not help me here.

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7 minutes ago, Carlosan said:

Only happens on your current project ?

Or on any default mesh provided as examples ?

I've worked on three projects since the first time I met this issue and it happened in all three. The default models are fine. This only happened after some working and editing.

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The projects I currently have are way too complex to locate the problematic volume. I'll try to send it when I meet the issue again.

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