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Simon
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Here is the cribsheet from the new Curvy3D GO Intro Tutorial

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I think that will be much easier for my kids. When I get back on my pc (Having work done on the house) I will get it for them. I think Curvy 4 has too many buttons for them.

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I bought it. Has a default filename of ./objetcs/ etc Something like that. Cant fully remember.
Still have to repeatedly press s to smooth something. In the past all I needed to do was hold s for as long as I wanted to get it to smooth to the level I wanted.

Im not interested in joining patreon as I do not have the time I used to have to use Curvy regularly for the beta of Curvy 5. I just play around as and when I feel the urge. One day I may post some images again.

I dont suppose the meta-merge feature I saw you mention will be coming to GO will it? :) Thats a feature I always wanted way back in the beginning. Looks good.
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Holding down s will smooth a mesh very quickly. I've not added the same feature for curves yet.

I've emailed you about 5.

Metamerge is very much a GO feature. It's in the plan for a few milestones time.
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Thank you. Look forward to playing with metamerge. :)
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