Andrew Shpagin, on 07 July 2012 - 05:13 AM, said:
Use CTRL now instead of shift for this purpose.
Thanks! I was worried at first, but now I'm happy!
BeatKitano, on 07 July 2012 - 11:43 AM, said:
That's why I suggested to remove the cutoff and rename it carve in surface mode. Because carve SHOULD only do what the name suggests (without using a ctrl key !), and since users are presented the voxels tools first it would be nice to help them get familiar with the carve function there and get it in surface mode too..
Personally I ONLY use the Carve tool (with CTRL) because the Cutoff tool seems to be a little buggy. Anybody else noticed that? I think getting rid of the Cutoff tool and replacing it with the Carve tool (in CTRL mode by default) would be the best way to do it.
AbnRanger, on 08 July 2012 - 02:42 AM, said:
I noticed that the selection tools in the E-Panel are also greyed out, as well. Not good. When overlapping (Copy/Paste) islands, you need to use a selection tool to select both (to move/transform both). It's hard to select both with a brush, so I always use the freeform lasso.
If I remember correctly, didn't Andrew mention this in his list of changes for the new update? However I don't understand why this is a good change...