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For example you can use
fit01(rand($PR), 0.2, 0.6) in the Translate Z field to create random extrusion heights for each input polygon face.
Geometry to extrude.
Order in which to apply local transformation.
Order in which to apply local rotations.
Local xyz translation.
Local xyz rotation.
Local xyz scale.
Amount by which to inset the face, on edges this parameter is treated as an addition to x scale.
Sets the local axis of the first face that is used to mirror the extrusion.
Order in which to apply global transformation.
Order in which to apply global rotations.
Global xyz translation.
Global xyz rotation.
Global xyz scale.
Global shearing. The three values represent shearing in the X direction on the XY plane, in the X direction on the XZ plane, and in the Y direction on the YZ plane, respectively.
Number of divisions along the side of extrusion./divs
Toggle whether or not to output a front face, ignored for edges.
Toggle whether or not to output a back face, ignored for edges.
Toggle whether or not to output side faces.
Remove Zero Area Sides
When on, sides that are degenerate are removed. Such sides can result from an extrusion that scales but does not translate.
Orient Edge Extrusions
When on, faces extruded from edges are oriented to match neighboring faces.
No points are consolidated.
Points created by each face are consolidated.
All new points are consolidated.
The extruded points maintain their consolidation (that is to say, they are consolidated if they were consolidated, and remain unique if they were unique.) This option is preferable to "All" since consolidation doesn’t require extra computation. When "Keep Points Shared" is not used, this option behaves exactly as "All".
Tolerance used when consolidating points and determining which are shared faces.
When on, primitives groups are exported.
Name of group in which to place front faces.
Name of group in which to place back faces.
Name of group in which to place side faces.
If this checkbox is turned on, any extruded polygon will be in the same primitive groups as its corresponding input polygon.