ContentsWP_Term Object ( [term_id] => 13 [name] => Develop patterns [slug] => develop-patterns [term_group] => 0 [term_taxonomy_id] => 13 [taxonomy] => type-supports [description] => In this section you will find all the documentation that relates to the creation of the sample size shoe model. You will learn how to create each parametric entity and what are the available options for creation, edit and management that jevero offers. [parent] => 2 [count] => 29 [filter] => raw [term_order] => 1 ) WP_Term Object ( [term_id] => 2 [name] => Documentation [slug] => documentation [term_group] => 0 [term_taxonomy_id] => 2 [taxonomy] => type-supports [description] => Welcome to the user manual for Jevero. Whether you’re a novice or advanced user, this documentation should cover almost everything you need to know about the app. Getting started with Jevero is easy and it won’t take long to learn the basics, but if you need any help or just want to find out more about a particular feature, then these guides are for you. On this page you’ll find a collection of our latest articles, covering the most recently added features in Jevero. [parent] => 0 [count] => 87 [filter] => raw [term_order] => 0 )
Create and edit a chains and boundaries
Chains and boundaries are connected lines based on a set of segments. The main difference is that
a boundary is always closed and chains are not.
- Select the segments you want to add to a chain or boundary. Clicking twice on the same segment will remove the segment itself
- Press Enter (or right-click) to create the chain/boundary/exit editing
- The chains/boundary infrastructure depends highly on the topology of the curve. For example,
you may need to click twice in parts of a closed curve that looks continuous but, since every curve
has a beginning and an end, the two parts are different segments.
- While selecting segments it is possible to use the undo (Ctrl + Z) function to remove the last