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MeshReduce Method (Int32, Boolean, Int32, Boolean, CancellationToken, IProgressDouble, String)

Reduce polygon count

Namespace:  Rhino.Geometry
Assembly:  RhinoCommon (in RhinoCommon.dll)
Syntax
public bool Reduce(
	int desiredPolygonCount,
	bool allowDistortion,
	int accuracy,
	bool normalizeSize,
	CancellationToken cancelToken,
	IProgress<double> progress,
	out string problemDescription
)

Parameters

desiredPolygonCount
Type: SystemInt32
desired or target number of faces
allowDistortion
Type: SystemBoolean
If true mesh appearance is not changed even if the target polygon count is not reached
accuracy
Type: SystemInt32
Integer from 1 to 10 telling how accurate reduction algorithm to use. Greater number gives more accurate results
normalizeSize
Type: SystemBoolean
If true mesh is fitted to an axis aligned unit cube until reduction is complete
cancelToken
Type: System.ThreadingCancellationToken

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progress
Type: SystemIProgressDouble

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problemDescription
Type: SystemString

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Return Value

Type: Boolean
True if mesh is successfully reduced and false if mesh could not be reduced for some reason.
Version Information

Rhino for Windows

Supported in: 6.6
See Also