Not sure exactly where to place this type of question so, if it is in the wrong place, would a moderator please move it/notify me?
I use the “Delete Edge Loop” tool a lot. Lately however I’ve found some sort of bug or whatnot when deleting edge loops that span 4+ closely knit parallel edge loops. When deleting an edge loop that spans 4+ tight parallel edges it will not only delete the edge loop but it will also merge two of the four parallel edge loops as well.
Below is a visual reference of what I’m talking about. (to make it easier to see) If you need to experiment on your own you can do so by just taking a cube, subdividing it twice, then taking the edges of one side and us the Bevel Center script to bevel those edges with a value of something like .001. Then to a level 2 recursive on it. Once that’s done delete one of the edge loops cutting down the newly beveled face and you should see what I mean.
So is it a bug? Or is it my problem? I’ve avoided sending this into the bug tracker since I don’t know if it’s a known bug (didn’t find anything in the search) or if it was just me.
P.S. Just so you know. There are 4 edges in the “Before” picture zoom-in. Resizing the image caused one of them to disappear.