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Old 10-09-2015, 04:04
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Default Little toy with sloppy coding

Hello, all.

I have been thinking about something like this for quite a while and recently, with some advances in how I approach the code made a quick and dirty version of it.

It's basically a box builder's tool that lets you "extrude" any (non-curved) segment. Here it is in action:



I'm using a very dirty approach to making this work, so feel free to suggest better alternatives.

The code is attached - have a curved shape, start the macro, just click to add "flaps", ctrl+click to add skewed flaps.

Realized the demo makes it look like simple boxes are drawn, here's a neater demo:



I'm looking forward to your thoughts.
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