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Old   September 28, 2012, 03:30
Default Surface quad to tri split direction
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Just made a quick surface mesh using autoblock with curve sizings to get quad elements. Then in edit mesh > convert mesh I changed the Quad_4 to Tri_3 (see image).

Is there a setting to get all the Quad_4 elements to be split in the same direction into Tri_3, it seems a bit random in the image.

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