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  1. Spikefinch

    Smoothing issues

    Hi there. I have this issue when smoothing a surface. I put all the faces in one group. Then notice when I get close to the wall, this strange ring shows up. Any ideas on how to remove the rings? Thanks Spike
  2. Applying a smoothing group to an object resets its material to the default one. Steps to reproduce: Create a cube with Probuilder Change object material to anything except default one Apply a smoothing/hardening group Unity 2017.2.0f3, ProBuilder 2.9.5f3
  3. I'm thinking about buying Polybrush to do some smoothing and vertex painting on meshes that represent terrain. They're not heightmapped Unity terrain, they're meshes that I've built using ProBuilder and other methods. The terrain is split into separate meshes, so perhaps there are about 64 terrain meshes. My question is - can you smooth and paint across multiple selected meshes? I believe one of the PolyBrush videos shows blending between a terrain and a wall but it's not clear if they are separate GameObjects or part of a single mesh. Thanks, Clay
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