Ahhh, you’re right, I couldn’t see it in the context menu, but it’s on the panel, I have to take a look at it more now, I knew it “absorbed” the ofset edges addon, but not that it had others like this one
I don’t understand @bloox64 is this add on working for 2.80? because it is saying- “upgrade for 2.8x required”? I need to fix one circle hole in mesh and by tutorial is this used. I am new so I hasitate to install not working ad-ones, because…you know when you learn and don’t know why is something wrong or broken (I don’t say this tool is broken! Just I don’t know to use it). And worse of all- how to fix it?!
The addon comes bundled with Blender 2.8 by default in the mesh tools addon > edge section
You’ll have to look in the mirror to know that.
Two tips regarding this matter:
LoopTools — also among the standard set of Blender add-ons — offers a Space tool that evenly spaces edges between selected edges.
EdgeFlow corrects edge flow in an interpolated way.
hahaha, I am not native speaker, some times it goes wrong.
I am not sure how to equalise edges with this bundle. I need to equalise edge lenght to average.
People, you rock! Thanks
If you need the edges to form a perfect circle, use the LoopTools add-on ➔ Circle tool. LoopTools is included with Blender. You just need to activate it in the Preferences.
That did the job @Metin_Seven , I am following older tutorial, but I like it, and I got stuck. I can proceed to build <3