Also... I notice poster Kate Nichols comments "Slow Down". I am guessing that what she really means is that you often comment in your videos about WHAT you are doing, without clarifying HOW you are doing it (i.e. the keystrokes, menu items, etc. used) She, like I (and probably many others) need you to explain HOW you are doing what you do (i.e. clear steps - example... "go to XXX, click on YYY, then drag with left mouse button" as opposed to "then I make a rectangle"). It's so easy for most relatively advanced tutors to forget that many/most of those watching are rank beginners with little idea of HOW, precisely, to follow your steps, absent the "baby-step" instructions many need to make full use of your wonderful training videos. Not complaining here... just offering a heads up that you may find helpful in making your great video trainings more useful for the beginner audience they serve. Keep up the good work - and thanks so much for the helpful posts.
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Aaron.. I understand the procedure for "reversing faces" but do not understand why it was necessary here (you did it immediately after creating the two rectangles and deleting the shared edge in this video). Why was this necessary? Why did the two rectangles not "automatically" (i.e. by default) open with the correct ("outside") face(s) showing after you created the first/simple rectangles?