By Nacy NightfireAugust 31, in Mesh. I'm currently just starting to use Blender 2. Anyone else experiencing this or have a solution besides using another version of Blender, which I'm getting ready to do. I think if you go into edit mode and select the whole mesh you can scoot it over g for grab and then x to constran and place it in the middle. When you transform an element vertex, edge or face , if there is its exact X-mirrored counterpart in local space , it will be transformed accordingly, through a symmetry along the local X axis. When using the X Mirror option to work on mirrored Mesh Geometry the vertices that are mirrored must be perfectly placed. If they are not exactly positioned in their mirror locations then X Mirror will not treat those vertices as mirrored. This can be annoying because often the out of position vertices are only very slightly out of position. Topology Mirror tries to solve this problem by determining which vertices are mirrored vertices not only by using their positions but also by looking at how those vertices are related to others in the Mesh Geometry. It looks at the overall Mesh Geometry topology to determine if particular vertices will be treated as mirrored. The effect of this is that mirrored vertices can be non-symetrical and yet still be treated as mirrored when X Mirror and Topology Mirror are both active.
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