My question is how can I forcibly merge 2 overlapping lines, that can not be vissibly distingushed frome one another. These are 2 lines which are ontop of each other, on the same layer. Vissibly they appear to be a single line, however when trying to check for errors and make the line ‘soft’, it is show that there are 2 lines there. I can only assume that the seperation is so small as to be not renderable on screen, but enough that sketchup is not automatically merging the 2 lines as one as desired.
In some case I managed to find some of the lines in my model, by switching to wireframe. But some of the vertices will not move. Is there a way to select a group of vertices and force them to colocate together and thus join together?
From your comment in the other thread it’s not entirely clear what you are having a problem with.
Could you attach the model so we can understand better.
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Kept plugging away at it and found a tool to help. Another one of ThomThom’s extensions had exactly what I needed. His Vertex editor extension. With it I was able to select every vertex in the model, and merge every vertex with seperations below 0.001 meters, which allowed the edges to merge properly and form a proper solid object.
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