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Add boundary to surface offset macro

Question asked by Patrick L'heureux on Nov 27, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 28, 2018 by Patrick L'heureux

Gary Lantaff The surface offset macro is great. I have used it numerous times since updating to TBC 5.0 last week. 


Is it be possible to add the ability to select a boundary to apply to the surface when running this marco? The reason I need this is because I am using the surface offset to "copy" my surface and then I want to add side slopes to the copied surface. I tried offsetting a surface that had a boundary applied but it would not add to my new surface properly. See the video below.


If this is not possible would you mind looking into a macro for copying a surface?



Thank you!