Merge a line of selected to center of line (not all points to center) possible?

Ok, is it possible to say select three lines of verts and then do something to merge along the line as though I selected each set of verts individual and did merge to C.

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Results in

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Without having to do

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couldn’t you just delete edge loops 1 and 3 from X menu…?

Without a picture, it’s hard to determine the best approach. Is there a way that you could upload a screen shot of what you are trying to do?

select the edges connecting each set of vertices and press ‘Alt + M’ -> ‘Collapse’

Hi, My bad my lil graphic didn’t show it correctly.


A bit like doing up a zip!

I realize that this leaves Tris, but for a very long line of verts changing the tries to quads is negligible.

Arrr, got it thanks, not the most intuitive way of doing it until having done it once, lol.


S (scale) X (x-axis) 0 (zero) Enter (confirm) W–>Remove doubles
Make sure you have your pivot set right or else it might not center right.

Hope I understand your question right.

*Never mind, collapse method is quicker.