[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2004-04-22 at 2052.21 +0200):
This would, of course, make selection CSG operations more difficult.
Simon said that implementing CSG operations on vectors would be not feasible.
Ok, maybe you misunderstood me or I expressed it the wrong way: It would of course would be very good to have CSG operations available, but I am not particularily eager to implement them:
I hope I'm not the only one asking myself this question... what is a CSG operation?
Constructive Solid Geometry. I have seen it mostly in 3D apps, ie, you
Hmm. I thought it meant Ctrl-Shift-[Alt/]Graph
have solid cube and you substract a solid cilinder and get a cube with hole, then you had a piramid on top, and you end with a home like thing with a hole, and so on. With 2D (closed) vectors it should be similar, add, substract and interesect them to get different shapes.
Sounds like the same thing to me. ;-)
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