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valkenburger

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About valkenburger

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  • First Name
    remco
  • Last Name
    de Vries
  • C4D Ver
    12 (or older)
  • Location
    The Netherlands
  • Interests
    Football, art
  1. I wrote I couldn't get it to work but never mind, I updated my C4D and it works like a charm now! Thank you so much, that will save me several hours of work, possibly days. I'll PM you, cheers! I don't have a complicated hierarchie, it's an exploded version of a complicated drawing really. No hierarchy at all and in the end it will be one drawing again... So this tool is plenty enough! I'm always going to spend hours on it, and still, so this "quick and dirty" version with a couple of extra clicks is perfectly fine!
  2. Hi all! I'm making high-detailed laser cut artworks. I'm currently trying to reduce detail to reduce cutting costs. Only way to do so is by hand. Now I'm looking at a file with 3300 exploded splines. 500+ of those are squares I don't need to touch. I'm looking for a way to sort them by amount of points (that can be seen in the structure manager). Switching them off would work, putting them in a layer, anything that avoids me going over them one by one only to sort them. If I could just filter all the splines with for example 8 points I could edit those far quicker. Is there a way to do so or is anybody willing to take a challenge and X-presso it for me? Happy to give a financial "thank you" for it!
  3. Hi Nigel!

    Amazing to see you're still moderate this forum like a long time back when I found out about c4d café. Really appreciate that, thought I just let you know!

    Greetings from The Netherlands!

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