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TomFinnigan wrote:To show the knot intervals on edges, you can run:
This will dump Rhino dots in the document at the center of each edge labeled with the knot interval.
TomFinnigan wrote:If you're interested about the correlation between components in the tsm file and the model, you can run:
And then there are options for drawing vert indices, grip indices, edge indices, link indices, and face indices. Most of the time the user doesn't care about those, but they're useful for debugging. You need to have a t-spline in the document that has control points on in order for the debugging component dots to draw.
TomFinnigan wrote:Just as an aside, in our implementation verts are topological, while grips are the actual control points. It's possible with creases or the border of the surface to have multiple grips per vert. Links are just what we call half edges.
TomFinnigan wrote:Hope that helps. Let me know if you have other questions.
Nicholas North wrote:"_ShowKnots" was a typo, I think. That should have been: _tsMacroUtil _LabelKnots
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