Does anyone know if the Offset Edges addon works with Blender 2.8x?

I’ve found the Offset Edges addon very useful and am referring to it in upcoming 2.79 tutorials. Does anyone know if this addon works with Blender 2.8x or has its functionality been added to 2.8x?

For reference, see Blender Artist topic on Offset Edges addon with .zip file.

This one works with 2.8x

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bl_info = {
    "name": "Hidesato Offset Edges",
    "author": "Hidesato Ikeya",
    "version": (2, 80, 0),
    "blender": (2, 80, 0),
    "location": "VIEW3D > Edge menu(CTRL-E)",
    "description": "Offset Edges",
    "warning": "",
    "wiki_url": "http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Extensions:2.6/Py/Scripts/Modeling/offset_edges",
    "tracker_url": "",
    "category": "Mesh"}

import math
from math import sin, cos, pi, copysign, radians, degrees, atan, sqrt
import bpy
import mathutils
from bpy_extras import view3d_utils
import bmesh
from mathutils import Vector
from time import perf_counter

X_UP = Vector((1.0, .0, .0))
Y_UP = Vector((.0, 1.0, .0))
Z_UP = Vector((.0, .0, 1.0))
ZERO_VEC = Vector((.0, .0, .0))
ANGLE_1 = pi / 180
ANGLE_90 = pi / 2
ANGLE_180 = pi
ANGLE_360 = 2 * pi

class OffsetEdgesPreferences(bpy.types.AddonPreferences):
    bl_idname = __name__
    interactive: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name = "Interactive",
        description = "makes operation interactive",
        default = True)
    free_move: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name = "Free Move",
        description = "enables to adjust both width and depth while pressing ctrl-key",
        default = False)

    def draw(self, context):
        layout = self.layout
        row = layout.row()
        row.prop(self, "interactive")
        if self.interactive:
            row.prop(self, "free_move")

#######################################################################

class OffsetBase:
    follow_face: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Follow Face", default=False,
        description="Offset along faces around")
    mirror_modifier: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Mirror Modifier", default=False,
        description="Take into account of Mirror modifier")
    edge_rail: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Edge Rail", default=False,
        description="Align vertices along inner edges")
    edge_rail_only_end: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Edge Rail Only End", default=False,
        description="Apply edge rail to end verts only")
    threshold: bpy.props.FloatProperty(
        name="Flat Face Threshold", default=radians(0.05), precision=5,
        step=1.0e-4, subtype='ANGLE',
        description="If difference of angle between two adjacent faces is "
                    "below this value, those faces are regarded as flat.",
        options={'HIDDEN'})
    caches_valid: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Caches Valid", default=False,
        options={'HIDDEN'})

    _cache_offset_infos = None
    _cache_edges_orig = None

    def use_caches(self, context):
        self.caches_valid = True

    def get_caches(self, bm):
        bmverts = tuple(bm.verts)
        bmedges = tuple(bm.edges)

        offset_infos = \
            [(bmverts[vix], co, d) for vix, co, d in self._cache_offset_infos]
        edges_orig = [bmedges[eix] for eix in self._cache_edges_orig]

        for e in edges_orig:
            e.select = False
        for f in bm.faces:
            f.select = False

        return offset_infos, edges_orig

    def save_caches(self, offset_infos, edges_orig):
        self._cache_offset_infos = tuple((v.index, co, d) for v, co, d in offset_infos)
        self._cache_edges_orig = tuple(e.index for e in edges_orig)

    @staticmethod
    def is_face_selected(ob_edit):
        bpy.ops.object.mode_set(mode="OBJECT")
        me = ob_edit.data
        for p in me.polygons:
            if p.select:
                bpy.ops.object.mode_set(mode="EDIT")
                return True
        bpy.ops.object.mode_set(mode="EDIT")

        return False
    @staticmethod
    def is_mirrored(ob_edit):
        for mod in ob_edit.modifiers:
            if mod.type == 'MIRROR' and mod.use_mirror_merge:
                return True
        return False

    @staticmethod
    def reorder_loop(verts, edges, lp_normal, adj_faces):
        for i, adj_f in enumerate(adj_faces):
            if adj_f is None:
                continue
            v1, v2 = verts[i], verts[i+1]
            e = edges[i]
            fv = tuple(adj_f.verts)
            if fv[fv.index(v1)-1] is v2:
                # Align loop direction
                verts.reverse()
                edges.reverse()
                adj_faces.reverse()
            if lp_normal.dot(adj_f.normal) < .0:
                lp_normal *= -1
            break
        else:
            # All elements in adj_faces are None
            for v in verts:
                if v.normal != ZERO_VEC:
                    if lp_normal.dot(v.normal) < .0:
                        verts.reverse()
                        edges.reverse()
                        lp_normal *= -1
                    break

        return verts, edges, lp_normal, adj_faces

    @staticmethod
    def get_cross_rail(vec_tan, vec_edge_r, vec_edge_l, normal_r, normal_l):
        # Cross rail is a cross vector between normal_r and normal_l.

        vec_cross = normal_r.cross(normal_l)
        if vec_cross.dot(vec_tan) < .0:
            vec_cross *= -1
        cos_min = min(vec_tan.dot(vec_edge_r), vec_tan.dot(-vec_edge_l))
        cos = vec_tan.dot(vec_cross)
        if cos >= cos_min:
            vec_cross.normalize()
            return vec_cross
        else:
            return None

    @staticmethod
    def get_edge_rail(vert, set_edges_orig):
        co_edges = co_edges_selected = 0
        vec_inner = None
        for e in vert.link_edges:
            if (e not in set_edges_orig and
               (e.select or (co_edges_selected == 0 and not e.hide))):
                v_other = e.other_vert(vert)
                vec = v_other.co - vert.co
                if vec != ZERO_VEC:
                    vec_inner = vec
                    if e.select:
                        co_edges_selected += 1
                        if co_edges_selected == 2:
                            return None
                    else:
                        co_edges += 1
        if co_edges_selected == 1:
            vec_inner.normalize()
            return vec_inner
        elif co_edges == 1:
            # No selected edges, one unselected edge.
            vec_inner.normalize()
            return vec_inner
        else:
            return None

    @staticmethod
    def get_mirror_rail(mirror_plane, vec_up):
        p_norm = mirror_plane[1]
        mirror_rail = vec_up.cross(p_norm)
        if mirror_rail != ZERO_VEC:
            mirror_rail.normalize()
            # Project vec_up to mirror_plane
            vec_up = vec_up - vec_up.project(p_norm)
            vec_up.normalize()
            return mirror_rail, vec_up
        else:
            return None, vec_up

    @staticmethod
    def get_vert_mirror_pairs(set_edges_orig, mirror_planes):
        if mirror_planes:
            set_edges_copy = set_edges_orig.copy()
            vert_mirror_pairs = dict()
            for e in set_edges_orig:
                v1, v2 = e.verts
                for mp in mirror_planes:
                    p_co, p_norm, mlimit = mp
                    v1_dist = abs(p_norm.dot(v1.co - p_co))
                    v2_dist = abs(p_norm.dot(v2.co - p_co))
                    if v1_dist <= mlimit:
                        # v1 is on a mirror plane.
                        vert_mirror_pairs[v1] = mp
                    if v2_dist <= mlimit:
                        # v2 is on a mirror plane.
                        vert_mirror_pairs[v2] = mp
                    if v1_dist <= mlimit and v2_dist <= mlimit:
                        # This edge is on a mirror_plane, so should not be offsetted.
                        set_edges_copy.remove(e)
            return vert_mirror_pairs, set_edges_copy
        else:
            return None, set_edges_orig

    @staticmethod
    def collect_mirror_planes(ob_edit):
        mirror_planes = []
        eob_mat_inv = ob_edit.matrix_world.inverted()
        for m in ob_edit.modifiers:
            if (m.type == 'MIRROR' and m.use_mirror_merge):
                merge_limit = m.merge_threshold
                if not m.mirror_object:
                    loc = ZERO_VEC
                    norm_x, norm_y, norm_z = X_UP, Y_UP, Z_UP
                else:
                    mirror_mat_local = eob_mat_inv * m.mirror_object.matrix_world
                    loc = mirror_mat_local.to_translation()
                    norm_x, norm_y, norm_z, _ = mirror_mat_local.adjugated()
                    norm_x = norm_x.to_3d().normalized()
                    norm_y = norm_y.to_3d().normalized()
                    norm_z = norm_z.to_3d().normalized()
                if m.use_axis[0]:
                    mirror_planes.append((loc, norm_x, merge_limit))
                if m.use_axis[1]:
                    mirror_planes.append((loc, norm_y, merge_limit))
                if m.use_axis[2]:
                    mirror_planes.append((loc, norm_z, merge_limit))
        return mirror_planes

    @staticmethod
    def collect_edges(bm):
        set_edges_orig = set()
        for e in bm.edges:
            if e.select:
                co_faces_selected = 0
                for f in e.link_faces:
                    if f.select:
                        co_faces_selected += 1
                        if co_faces_selected == 2:
                            break
                else:
                    set_edges_orig.add(e)

        if not set_edges_orig:
            return None

        return set_edges_orig
    @staticmethod
    def collect_loops(set_edges_orig):
        set_edges_copy = set_edges_orig.copy()

        loops = []  # [v, e, v, e, ... , e, v]
        while set_edges_copy:
            edge_start = set_edges_copy.pop()
            v_left, v_right = edge_start.verts
            lp = [v_left, edge_start, v_right]
            reverse = False
            while True:
                edge = None
                for e in v_right.link_edges:
                    if e in set_edges_copy:
                        if edge:
                            # Overlap detected.
                            return None
                        edge = e
                        set_edges_copy.remove(e)
                if edge:
                    v_right = edge.other_vert(v_right)
                    lp.extend((edge, v_right))
                    continue
                else:
                    if v_right is v_left:
                        # Real loop.
                        loops.append(lp)
                        break
                    elif reverse is False:
                        # Right side of half loop.
                        # Reversing the loop to operate same procedure on the left side.
                        lp.reverse()
                        v_right, v_left = v_left, v_right
                        reverse = True
                        continue
                    else:
                        # Half loop, completed.
                        loops.append(lp)
                        break
        return loops

    @staticmethod
    def calc_loop_normal(verts, fallback=Z_UP):
        # Calculate normal from verts using Newell's method.
        normal = ZERO_VEC.copy()

        if verts[0] is verts[-1]:
            # Perfect loop
            range_verts = range(1, len(verts))
        else:
            # Half loop
            range_verts = range(0, len(verts))

        for i in range_verts:
            v1co, v2co = verts[i-1].co, verts[i].co
            normal.x += (v1co.y - v2co.y) * (v1co.z + v2co.z)
            normal.y += (v1co.z - v2co.z) * (v1co.x + v2co.x)
            normal.z += (v1co.x - v2co.x) * (v1co.y + v2co.y)

        if normal != ZERO_VEC:
            normal.normalize()
        else:
            normal = fallback

        return normal

    @staticmethod
    def get_adj_faces(edges):
        adj_faces = []
        for e in edges:
            adj_f = None
            co_adj = 0
            for f in e.link_faces:
                # Search an adjacent face.
                # Selected face has precedance.
                if not f.hide and f.normal != ZERO_VEC:
                    adj_exist = True
                    adj_f = f
                    co_adj += 1
                    if f.select:
                        adj_faces.append(adj_f)
                        break
            else:
                if co_adj == 1:
                    adj_faces.append(adj_f)
                else:
                    adj_faces.append(None)
        return adj_faces

    def get_directions(self, lp, vec_upward, normal_fallback, vert_mirror_pairs):
        opt_follow_face = self.follow_face
        opt_edge_rail = self.edge_rail
        opt_er_only_end = self.edge_rail_only_end
        opt_threshold = self.threshold

        verts, edges = lp[::2], lp[1::2]
        set_edges = set(edges)
        lp_normal = self.calc_loop_normal(verts, fallback=normal_fallback)

        ##### Loop order might be changed below.
        if lp_normal.dot(vec_upward) < .0:
            # Make this loop's normal towards vec_upward.
            verts.reverse()
            edges.reverse()
            lp_normal *= -1

        if opt_follow_face:
            adj_faces = self.get_adj_faces(edges)
            verts, edges, lp_normal, adj_faces = \
                self.reorder_loop(verts, edges, lp_normal, adj_faces)
        else:
            adj_faces = (None, ) * len(edges)
        ##### Loop order might be changed above.

        vec_edges = tuple((e.other_vert(v).co - v.co).normalized()
                          for v, e in zip(verts, edges))

        if verts[0] is verts[-1]:
            # Real loop. Popping last vertex.
            verts.pop()
            HALF_LOOP = False
        else:
            # Half loop
            HALF_LOOP = True

        len_verts = len(verts)
        directions = []
        for i in range(len_verts):
            vert = verts[i]
            ix_right, ix_left = i, i-1

            VERT_END = False
            if HALF_LOOP:
                if i == 0:
                    # First vert
                    ix_left = ix_right
                    VERT_END = True
                elif i == len_verts - 1:
                    # Last vert
                    ix_right = ix_left
                    VERT_END = True

            edge_right, edge_left = vec_edges[ix_right], vec_edges[ix_left]
            face_right, face_left = adj_faces[ix_right], adj_faces[ix_left]

            norm_right = face_right.normal if face_right else lp_normal
            norm_left = face_left.normal if face_left else lp_normal
            if norm_right.angle(norm_left) > opt_threshold:
                # Two faces are not flat.
                two_normals = True
            else:
                two_normals = False

            tan_right = edge_right.cross(norm_right).normalized()
            tan_left = edge_left.cross(norm_left).normalized()
            tan_avr = (tan_right + tan_left).normalized()
            norm_avr = (norm_right + norm_left).normalized()

            rail = None
            if two_normals or opt_edge_rail:
                # Get edge rail.
                # edge rail is a vector of an inner edge.
                if two_normals or (not opt_er_only_end) or VERT_END:
                    rail = self.get_edge_rail(vert, set_edges)
            if vert_mirror_pairs and VERT_END:
                if vert in vert_mirror_pairs:
                    rail, norm_avr = \
                        self.get_mirror_rail(vert_mirror_pairs[vert], norm_avr)
            if (not rail) and two_normals:
                # Get cross rail.
                # Cross rail is a cross vector between norm_right and norm_left.
                rail = self.get_cross_rail(
                    tan_avr, edge_right, edge_left, norm_right, norm_left)
            if rail:
                dot = tan_avr.dot(rail)
                if dot > .0:
                    tan_avr = rail
                elif dot < .0:
                    tan_avr = -rail

            vec_plane = norm_avr.cross(tan_avr)
            e_dot_p_r = edge_right.dot(vec_plane)
            e_dot_p_l = edge_left.dot(vec_plane)
            if e_dot_p_r or e_dot_p_l:
                if e_dot_p_r > e_dot_p_l:
                    vec_edge, e_dot_p = edge_right, e_dot_p_r
                else:
                    vec_edge, e_dot_p = edge_left, e_dot_p_l

                vec_tan = (tan_avr - tan_avr.project(vec_edge)).normalized()
                # Make vec_tan perpendicular to vec_edge
                vec_up = vec_tan.cross(vec_edge)

                vec_width = vec_tan - (vec_tan.dot(vec_plane) / e_dot_p) * vec_edge
                vec_depth = vec_up - (vec_up.dot(vec_plane) / e_dot_p) * vec_edge
            else:
                vec_width = tan_avr
                vec_depth = norm_avr

            directions.append((vec_width, vec_depth))

        return verts, directions

    def get_offset_infos(self, bm, ob_edit):
        time = perf_counter()

        set_edges_orig = self.collect_edges(bm)
        if set_edges_orig is None:
            self.report({'WARNING'},
                        "No edges are selected.")
            return False, False

        if self.mirror_modifier:
            mirror_planes = self.collect_mirror_planes(ob_edit)
            vert_mirror_pairs, set_edges = \
                self.get_vert_mirror_pairs(set_edges_orig, mirror_planes)

            if set_edges:
                set_edges_orig = set_edges
            else:
                #self.report({'WARNING'},
                #            "All selected edges are on mirror planes.")
                vert_mirror_pairs = None
        else:
            vert_mirror_pairs = None
        edges_orig = list(set_edges_orig)

        loops = self.collect_loops(set_edges_orig)
        if loops is None:
            self.report({'WARNING'},
                        "Overlapping edge loops detected. Select discrete edge loops")
            return False, False

        vec_upward = (X_UP + Y_UP + Z_UP).normalized()
        # vec_upward is used to unify loop normals when follow_face is off.
        normal_fallback = Z_UP
        #normal_fallback = Vector(context.region_data.view_matrix[2][:3])
        # normal_fallback is used when loop normal cannot be calculated.

        offset_infos = []
        for lp in loops:
            verts, directions = self.get_directions(
                lp, vec_upward, normal_fallback, vert_mirror_pairs)
            if verts:
                # convert vert objects to vert indexs
                for v, d in zip(verts, directions):
                    offset_infos.append((v, v.co.copy(), d))

        for e in edges_orig:
            e.select = False
        for f in bm.faces:
            f.select = False

        #print("Preparing OffsetEdges: ", perf_counter() - time)

        return offset_infos, edges_orig

    @staticmethod
    def extrude_and_pairing(bm, edges_orig, ref_verts):
        """ ref_verts is a list of vertices, each of which should be
        one end of an edge in edges_orig"""
        extruded = bmesh.ops.extrude_edge_only(bm, edges=edges_orig)['geom']
        n_edges = n_faces = len(edges_orig)
        n_verts = len(extruded) - n_edges - n_faces

        exverts = set(extruded[:n_verts])
        exedges = set(extruded[n_verts:n_verts + n_edges])
        #faces = set(extruded[n_verts + n_edges:])
        side_edges = set(e for v in exverts for e in v.link_edges if e not in exedges)

        # ref_verts[i] and ret[i] are both ends of a side edge.
        exverts_ordered = \
            [e.other_vert(v) for v in ref_verts for e in v.link_edges if e in side_edges]

        return exverts_ordered, list(exedges), list(side_edges)

    @staticmethod
    def move_verts(bm, me, width, depth, offset_infos, verts_offset=None, update=True):
        if verts_offset is None:
            for v, co, (vec_w, vec_d) in offset_infos:
                v.co = co + width * vec_w + depth * vec_d
        else:
            for (_, co, (vec_w, vec_d)), v in zip(offset_infos, verts_offset):
                v.co = co + width * vec_w + depth * vec_d

        if update:
            bm.normal_update()
            bmesh.update_edit_mesh(me)


class OffsetEdges(bpy.types.Operator, OffsetBase):
    """Offset Edges"""
    bl_idname = "mesh.hidesato_offset_edges"
    bl_label = "Offset Edges"
    bl_options = {'REGISTER', 'UNDO'}

    # Functions below are update functions

    def assign_angle_presets(self, context):
        angle_presets =  {'0°': 0,
                         '15°': radians(15),
                         '30°': radians(30),
                         '45°': radians(45),
                         '60°': radians(60),
                         '75°': radians(75),
                         '90°': radians(90),}
        self.angle = angle_presets[self.angle_presets]

    def change_depth_mode(self, context):
        if self.depth_mode == 'angle':
            self.width, self.angle = OffsetEdges.depth_to_angle(self.width, self.depth)
        else:
            self.width, self.depth = OffsetEdges.angle_to_depth(self.width, self.angle)


    def angle_to_depth(width, angle):
        """Returns: (converted_width, converted_depth)"""
        return width * cos(angle), width * sin(angle)


    def depth_to_angle(width, depth):
        """Returns: (converted_width, converted_angle)"""
        ret_width = sqrt(width * width + depth * depth)

        if width:
            ret_angle = atan(depth / width)
        elif depth == 0:
            ret_angle = 0
        elif depth > 0:
            ret_angle = ANGLE_90
        elif depth < 0:
            ret_angle = -ANGLE_90

        return ret_width, ret_angle

    geometry_mode: bpy.props.EnumProperty(
        items=(('offset', "Offset", "Offset edges"),
               ('extrude', "Extrude", "Extrude edges"),
               ('move', "Move", "Move selected edges")),
        name="Geometory mode", default='offset',
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    width: bpy.props.FloatProperty(
        name="Width", default=.2, precision=4, step=1,
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    flip_width: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Flip Width", default=False,
        description="Flip width direction",
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    depth: bpy.props.FloatProperty(
        name="Depth", default=.0, precision=4, step=1,
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    flip_depth: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Flip Depth", default=False,
        description="Flip depth direction",
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    depth_mode: bpy.props.EnumProperty(
        items=[('angle', "Angle", "Angle"),
               ('depth', "Depth", "Depth")],
        name="Depth mode", default='angle',
        update=change_depth_mode)
    angle: bpy.props.FloatProperty(
        name="Angle", default=0, precision=3, step=100,
        min=-2*pi, max=2*pi, subtype='ANGLE', description="Angle",
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    flip_angle: bpy.props.BoolProperty(
        name="Flip Angle", default=False,
        description="Flip Angle",
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    angle_presets: bpy.props.EnumProperty(
        items=[('0°', "0°", "0°"),
               ('15°', "15°", "15°"),
               ('30°', "30°", "30°"),
               ('45°', "45°", "45°"),
               ('60°', "60°", "60°"),
               ('75°', "75°", "75°"),
               ('90°', "90°", "90°"), ],
        name="Angle Presets", default='0°',
        update=assign_angle_presets)


    def get_exverts(self, bm, offset_infos, edges_orig):
        ref_verts = [v for v, _, _ in offset_infos]

        if self.geometry_mode == 'move':
            exverts = ref_verts
            exedges = edges_orig
        else:
            exverts, exedges, side_edges = self.extrude_and_pairing(bm, edges_orig, ref_verts)
            if self.geometry_mode == 'offset':
                bmesh.ops.delete(bm, geom=side_edges, context='EDGES')

        for e in exedges:
            e.select = True

        return exverts

    def do_offset(self, bm, me, offset_infos, verts_offset):
        if self.depth_mode == 'angle':
            w = self.width if not self.flip_width else -self.width
            angle = self.angle if not self.flip_angle else -self.angle
            width = w * cos(angle)
            depth = w * sin(angle)
        else:
            width = self.width if not self.flip_width else -self.width
            depth = self.depth if not self.flip_depth else -self.depth

        self.move_verts(bm, me, width, depth, offset_infos, verts_offset)

    @classmethod
    def poll(self, context):
        return context.mode == 'EDIT_MESH'

    def draw(self, context):
        layout = self.layout
        layout.row().prop(self, 'geometry_mode', expand=True)

        row = layout.row(align=True)
        row.prop(self, 'width')
        row.prop(self, 'flip_width', icon='ARROW_LEFTRIGHT', icon_only=True)

        layout.row().prop(self, 'depth_mode', expand=True)
        if self.depth_mode == 'angle':
            d_mode = 'angle'
            flip = 'flip_angle'
        else:
            d_mode = 'depth'
            flip = 'flip_depth'
        row = layout.row(align=True)
        row.prop(self, d_mode)
        row.prop(self, flip, icon='ARROW_LEFTRIGHT', icon_only=True)
        if self.depth_mode == 'angle':
            layout.row().prop(self, 'angle_presets', text="Presets", expand=True)

        layout.separator()

        layout.prop(self, 'follow_face')

        row = layout.row()
        row.prop(self, 'edge_rail')
        if self.edge_rail:
            row.prop(self, 'edge_rail_only_end', text="OnlyEnd", toggle=True)

        layout.prop(self, 'mirror_modifier')

        #layout.operator('mesh.offset_edges', text='Repeat')

        if self.follow_face:
            layout.separator()
            layout.prop(self, 'threshold', text='Threshold')


    def execute(self, context):
        # In edit mode
        edit_object = context.edit_object
        me = edit_object.data
        bm = bmesh.from_edit_mesh(me)

        if self.caches_valid and self._cache_offset_infos:
            offset_infos, edges_orig = self.get_caches(bm)
        else:
            offset_infos, edges_orig = self.get_offset_infos(bm, edit_object)
            if offset_infos is False:
                return {'CANCELLED'}
            self.save_caches(offset_infos, edges_orig)

        exverts = self.get_exverts(bm, offset_infos, edges_orig)
        self.do_offset(bm, me, offset_infos, exverts)

        self.caches_valid = False
        return {'FINISHED'}

    def invoke(self, context, event):
        # in edit mode
        ob_edit = context.edit_object
        if self.is_face_selected(ob_edit):
            self.follow_face = True
        if self.is_mirrored(ob_edit):
            self.mirror_modifier = True

        me = ob_edit.data

        pref = context.preferences.addons[__name__].preferences
        if pref.interactive and context.space_data.type == 'VIEW_3D':
            # interactive mode
            if pref.free_move:
                self.depth_mode = 'depth'

            ret = self.modal_prepare_bmeshes(context, ob_edit)
            if ret is False:
                return {'CANCELLED'}

            self.width = self.angle = self.depth = .0
            self.flip_depth = self.flip_angle = self.flip_width = False
            self._mouse_init = self._mouse_prev = \
                Vector((event.mouse_x, event.mouse_y))
            context.window_manager.modal_handler_add(self)

            self._factor = self.get_factor(context, self._edges_orig)

            # toggle switchs of keys
            self._F = 0
            self._A = 0

            return {'RUNNING_MODAL'}
        else:
            return self.execute(context)

    def modal(self, context, event):
        # In edit mode
        ob_edit = context.edit_object
        me = ob_edit.data
        pref = context.preferences.addons[__name__].preferences

        if event.type == 'F':
            # toggle follow_face
            # event.type == 'F' is True both when 'F' is pressed and when released,
            # so these codes should be executed every other loop.
            self._F = 1 - self._F
            if self._F:
                self.follow_face = 1 - self.follow_face

                self.modal_clean_bmeshes(context, ob_edit)
                ret = self.modal_prepare_bmeshes(context, ob_edit)
                if ret:
                    self.do_offset(self._bm, me, self._offset_infos, self._exverts)
                    return {'RUNNING_MODAL'}
                else:
                    return {'CANCELLED'}

        if event.type == 'A':
            # toggle depth_mode
            self._A = 1 - self._A
            if self._A:
                if self.depth_mode == 'angle':
                    self.depth_mode = 'depth'
                else:
                    self.depth_mode = 'angle'

        context.area.header_text_set(self.create_header())

        if event.type == 'MOUSEMOVE':
            _mouse_current = Vector((event.mouse_x, event.mouse_y))
            vec_delta = _mouse_current - self._mouse_prev

            if pref.free_move or not event.ctrl:
                self.width += vec_delta.x * self._factor

            if event.ctrl:
                if self.depth_mode == 'angle':
                    self.angle += vec_delta.y * ANGLE_1
                elif self.depth_mode == 'depth':
                    self.depth += vec_delta.y * self._factor

            self._mouse_prev = _mouse_current

            self.do_offset(self._bm, me, self._offset_infos, self._exverts)
            return {'RUNNING_MODAL'}

        elif event.type == 'LEFTMOUSE':
            self._bm_orig.free()
            context.area.header_text_set(text=None)
            return {'FINISHED'}

        elif event.type in {'RIGHTMOUSE', 'ESC'}:
            self.modal_clean_bmeshes(context, ob_edit)
            context.area.header_text_set(text=None)
            return {'CANCELLED'}

        return {'RUNNING_MODAL'}

    # methods below are usded in interactive mode
    def create_header(self):
        header = "".join(
            ["Width {width: .4}  ",
             "Depth {depth: .4}('A' to Angle)  " if self.depth_mode == 'depth' else "Angle {angle: 4.0F}°('A' to Depth)  ",
             "FollowFace(F):",
             "(ON)" if self.follow_face else "(OFF)",
            ])

        return header.format(width=self.width, depth=self.depth, angle=degrees(self.angle))

    def modal_prepare_bmeshes(self, context, ob_edit):
        bpy.ops.object.mode_set(mode="OBJECT")
        self._bm_orig = bmesh.new()
        self._bm_orig.from_mesh(ob_edit.data)
        bpy.ops.object.mode_set(mode="EDIT")

        self._bm = bmesh.from_edit_mesh(ob_edit.data)

        self._offset_infos, self._edges_orig = \
            self.get_offset_infos(self._bm, ob_edit)
        if self._offset_infos is False:
            return False
        self._exverts = \
            self.get_exverts(self._bm, self._offset_infos, self._edges_orig)

        return True

    def modal_clean_bmeshes(self, context, ob_edit):
        bpy.ops.object.mode_set(mode="OBJECT")
        self._bm_orig.to_mesh(ob_edit.data)
        bpy.ops.object.mode_set(mode="EDIT")
        self._bm_orig.free()
        self._bm.free()

    def get_factor(self, context, edges_orig):
        """get the length in the space of edited object
        which correspond to 1px of 3d view. This method
        is used to convert the distance of mouse movement
        to offsetting width in interactive mode.
        """
        ob = context.edit_object
        mat_w = ob.matrix_world
        reg = context.region
        reg3d = context.space_data.region_3d  # Don't use context.region_data
                                              # because this will cause error
                                              # when invoked from header menu.

        co_median = Vector((0, 0, 0))
        for e in edges_orig:
            co_median += e.verts[0].co
        co_median /= len(edges_orig)
        depth_loc = mat_w @ co_median  # World coords of median point

        win_left = Vector((0, 0))
        win_right = Vector((reg.width, 0))
        left = view3d_utils.region_2d_to_location_3d(reg, reg3d, win_left, depth_loc)
        right = view3d_utils.region_2d_to_location_3d(reg, reg3d, win_right, depth_loc)
        vec_width = mat_w.inverted_safe() @ (right - left)  # width vector in the object space
        width_3d = vec_width.length   # window width in the object space

        return width_3d / reg.width

class OffsetEdgesProfile(bpy.types.Operator, OffsetBase):
    """Offset Edges using a profile curve."""
    bl_idname = "mesh.hidesato_offset_edges_profile"
    bl_label = "Offset Edges Profile"
    bl_options = {'REGISTER', 'UNDO'}

    res_profile: bpy.props.IntProperty(
        name="Resolution", default =6, min=0, max=100,
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    magni_w: bpy.props.FloatProperty(
        name="Magnification of Width", default=1., precision=4, step=1,
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    magni_d: bpy.props.FloatProperty(
        name="Magniofication of Depth", default=1., precision=4, step=1,
        update=OffsetBase.use_caches)
    name_profile: bpy.props.StringProperty(update=OffsetBase.use_caches)

    @classmethod
    def poll(self, context):
        return context.mode == 'EDIT_MESH'

    def draw(self, context):
        layout = self.layout

        layout.prop_search(self, 'name_profile', context.scene, 'objects', text="Profile")
        layout.separator()

        layout.prop(self, 'res_profile')

        row = layout.row()
        row.prop(self, 'magni_w', text="Width")
        row.prop(self, 'magni_d', text="Depth")

        layout.separator()
        layout.prop(self, 'follow_face')

        row = layout.row()
        row.prop(self, 'edge_rail')
        if self.edge_rail:
            row.prop(self, 'edge_rail_only_end', text="OnlyEnd", toggle=True)

        layout.prop(self, 'mirror_modifier')

        #layout.operator('mesh.offset_edges', text='Repeat')

        if self.follow_face:
            layout.separator()
            layout.prop(self, 'threshold', text='Threshold')

    @staticmethod
    def analize_profile(context, ob_profile, resolution):
        curve = ob_profile.data
        res_orig = curve.resolution_u
        curve.resolution_u = resolution
        me = ob_profile.to_mesh(depsgraph=context.evaluated_depsgraph_get())
        curve.resolution_u = res_orig

        vco_start = me.vertices[0].co
        info_profile = [v.co - vco_start for v in me.vertices[1:]]

        return info_profile

    @staticmethod
    def get_profile(context):
        ob_edit = context.edit_object
        for ob in context.selected_objects:
            if ob != ob_edit and ob.type == 'CURVE':
                return ob
        else:
            self.report({'WARNING'},
                         "Profile curve is not selected.")
            return None

    def offset_profile(self, ob_edit, info_profile):
        me = ob_edit.data
        bm = bmesh.from_edit_mesh(me)

        if self.caches_valid and self._cache_offset_infos:
            offset_infos, edges_orig = self.get_caches(bm)
        else:
            offset_infos, edges_orig = self.get_offset_infos(bm, ob_edit)
            if offset_infos is False:
                return {'CANCELLED'}
            self.save_caches(offset_infos, edges_orig)

        ref_verts = [v for v, _, _ in offset_infos]
        edges = edges_orig
        for width, depth, _ in info_profile:
            exverts, exedges, _ = self.extrude_and_pairing(bm, edges, ref_verts)
            self.move_verts(
                bm, me, width * self.magni_w,
                depth * self.magni_d, offset_infos,
                exverts, update=False
            )
            ref_verts = exverts
            edges = exedges

        bm.normal_update()
        bmesh.update_edit_mesh(me)

        self.caches_valid = False

        return {'FINISHED'}

    @staticmethod
    def get_profile(context):
        ob_edit = context.edit_object
        for ob in context.selected_objects:
            if ob != ob_edit and ob.type == 'CURVE':
                return ob
        return None

    def execute(self, context):
        if not self.name_profile:
            self.report({'WARNING'},
                         "Select a curve object as profile.")
            return {'FINISHED'}

        ob_profile = context.scene.objects[self.name_profile]
        if ob_profile and ob_profile.type == "CURVE":
            info_profile = self.analize_profile(
                context, ob_profile, self.res_profile
            )
            return self.offset_profile(context.edit_object, info_profile)
        else:
            self.name_profile = ""
            self.report({'WARNING'},
                         "Select a curve object as profile.")
            return {'FINISHED'}

    def invoke(self, context, event):
        ob_edit = context.edit_object
        if self.is_face_selected(ob_edit):
            self.follow_face = True
        if self.is_mirrored(ob_edit):
            self.mirror_modifier = True

        ob_profile = self.get_profile(context)
        if ob_profile is None:
            self.report({'WARNING'},
                         "Profile curve is not selected.")
            return {'CANCELLED'}

        self.name_profile = ob_profile.name
        self.res_profile = ob_profile.data.resolution_u
        return self.execute(context)

#class OffsetEdgesMenu(bpy.types.Menu):
#    bl_idname = "VIEW3D_MT_edit_mesh_hidesato_offset_edges"
#    bl_label = "Offset Edges"

#    def draw(self, context):
#        layout = self.layout
#        layout.operator_context = 'INVOKE_DEFAULT'
#        
#        self.layout.operator_enum('mesh.hidesato_offset_edges', 'geometry_mode')

#        layout.separator()
#        layout.operator('mesh.hidesato_offset_edges_profile', text='Profile')


def draw_item(self, context):
    lay = self.layout
    lay.separator()
    lay.operator_context = 'INVOKE_DEFAULT'
    lay.operator('mesh.hidesato_offset_edges', text='Offset').geometry_mode='offset'
    lay.operator('mesh.hidesato_offset_edges', text='Offset Extrude').geometry_mode='extrude'
    lay.operator('mesh.hidesato_offset_edges', text='Offset Move').geometry_mode='move'
    lay.operator('mesh.hidesato_offset_edges_profile', text='Offset with Profile')


def register():
    bpy.utils.register_class(OffsetEdgesPreferences)
    bpy.utils.register_class(OffsetEdges)
    bpy.utils.register_class(OffsetEdgesProfile)
#    bpy.utils.register_class(OffsetEdgesMenu)
    bpy.types.VIEW3D_MT_edit_mesh_edges.append(draw_item)


def unregister():
    bpy.utils.unregister_class(OffsetEdgesPreferences)
    bpy.utils.unregister_class(OffsetEdges)
    bpy.utils.unregister_class(OffsetEdgesProfile)
#    bpy.utils.unregister_class(OffsetEdgesMenu)
    bpy.types.VIEW3D_MT_edit_mesh_edges.remove(draw_item)


if __name__ == '__main__':
    register()

1 Like

Hi.
It is in “Edit Mesh Tools” addon included by default in Blender. Enable the addon, then look for Offset edges in N panel, Edit tab > Edge Tools

After applying Offset Edges operation, you look at the bottom left in the viewport the Operator panel for more options.

what is the name of this addon in 2.8 ?

thanks
happy bl

Hi.
Read my message above. “Edit Mesh Tools”

NewVisitor and YAFU, thank you for your responses. It seems that offset edges is available either way in 2.8x.