Flow along Surface
The FlowAlongSrf command morphs objects from a source surface to a target surface.
When object grips are flowed to a surface with History recorded, History will not update the child object when the grips are off on the parent object.
The base and target surfaces need to have even parameterization to avoid stretching the objects.
Specifies whether or not the objects are copied. A plus sign appears at the cursor when copy mode is on. The RememberCopyOptions command determines whether the selected option is used as the default.
Decides if objects are only relocated, but not deformed, along the target surface.
Decides using groups or individual objects to rigid. Only available when Rigid=Yes.
Draw a plane instead of using an existing surface as the base objects.
See the Rectangle command for detailed option descriptions.
Specifies how the normal direction of the base surface is mapped onto the target surface.
Pick two points to define the constraint direction.
Press Enter to use the CPlane-Z of the viewport where the target surface is picked.
Use the target surface normal.
The object may be mapped onto the opposite side of the target surface if the picking locations on the base and target surfaces don't match.
Specifies whether the control-point structure of a curve or surface will be maintained after the deformation.
The PreserveStructure option does not apply to polysurfaces, and will not be displayed if polysurfaces are selected for editing.
The control point structure of the surface is maintained. Deformation may be less accurate if there are too few control points in on the object.
The objects are refit as needed with more control points to allow accurate deformation.
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