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Combine 2 Create Mesh nodes to one single Mesh
#1
Hi there,

Is it possible to create just one mesh by combining two or more Create Mesh nodes?

I have a racing track input mesh following a spline using the deform mesh and volume spots node and another input mesh using the volume spots node as pillars showing vertical under the racing track. I'd like to export these two as one single mesh (see screenshot).

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#2
Hi
Sorry for not answering earlier.
In some cases, liking all the V Mesh/Spots outputs to a single Create Mesh (and set that module's Combine to true) would work. But in your case, that's not possible without modifying Curvy's code. The easiest solution I see is to produce both meshes, and then to combine them using Mesh.CombineMeshes: https://docs.unity3d.com/ScriptReference...eshes.html
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