Blender Version: 2.45
Python Version: 2.5.1
ATI Radeon X850 Video Card with Catalyst 7.2 drivers
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Question: How can I get wireframe mode to show all the edges?
Answer: Blender does it’s own edge calculation so you can’t really. If you need it to help create a screenshot effect, you could export your model to a Microsof DirectX .x format and then import the file which will separate all shared verts will allow you to go into wireframe mode and it will show each and every line.
I’ve spent a long time placing verts in just the right places and was surprised when I went into wireframe mode that many edges were invisible. There seems to be no problem in Edit or Render mode.
I’ve tried saving, closing and re-opening. I’ve tried deleting and re-adding faces and edges. In edit mode, I’ve tried to click on edges that were visible and edges that were not visible in wireframe mode to see if there were any differences in settings but found nothing. I’ve tried searching for “Missing Wireframe Edges” and similar variances and found no topics or tutorials about this.
Either this is something very basic that a noob such as myself has overlooked or it might be a bug in the new version of Blender.