Quick question regarding stud4fns's


Quick question regarding stud4fns's
#1
Is there a reason why we don't include the inner-bottom (where it connects with the adjoining part) edgeline on stud4fns's? At least the part I've been using recently (stud4f4s) doesn't include this line, meaning I have to add it individually for each stud, which is a pain and clutters up larger parts which use lots of them. Was this an oversight? If I were to update and resubmit this primitive, would anybody have a problem with it?
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Re: Quick question regarding stud4fns's
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It was probably done this way to allow their use in parts where the inner surface forms a hole - such as 6157.dat.

I don't have a problem with you doing this, so long as you assess the impact of the change on the existing official and unofficial files that use them, and update them too. You'll need a new primitive for parts like 6157, though (stud4af2n ?). Don't forget to update the stu24f* partners.

Current usage of stud4f* primitives:

Official
parts/2577.dat
parts/4600.dat
parts/4854.dat
parts/4871.dat
parts/6157.dat
parts/30242.dat
parts/30295.dat
parts/47974.dat
parts/52037.dat
parts/92099.dat
parts/72454.dat
parts/u9204.dat
parts/11215.dat
parts/47116.dat
parts/s/2336s01.dat
parts/s/30295s4.dat
parts/s/30072s01.dat
parts/s/47116s02.dat
parts/s/47116s03.dat
parts/s/47116s04.dat
parts/s/47116s05.dat

Unofficial
parts/30235.dat
parts/30262.dat
parts/6087.dat
parts/s/33230s01.dat
Chris (LDraw Parts Library Admin)
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