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Amorphous - Julian

Entering Auto-Hybrid Objects from clip cube SHOULD display the objects




As pointed out by post below. When entered a auto-hybrid object via a clip cube, the auto-hybrid object does not appear in edit view. 

Please change it so that Auto-Hybrid objects can be accessed for editing whether it is form a clip-cube or not. 



Currently (in 2019), we can create Auto Hybrid Objects of complex shapes for 2D display.


But once the object is turned into an Auto Hybrid Object, there isn't a way to edit it. 


Would be great if Auto-Hybrid Objects can be edited, and the 2D display reflects the changes.


If this is something already available in 2020, do let me know.



Edited by Amorphous - Julian

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You should be able to Double-Click the Auto-Hybrid object and you will be taken to the 3D Geometry. It looks to me from your photo that you are using the clip-cube. That will make the internal geometry of the hybrid object invisible I'm afraid.



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Yes you are correct.

Upon further checking- if I didn't begin with a clip cube before I enter into auto hybrid editing, then I can see the object. 
I will change the topic to ask for this operation to improve. 


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