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Found 5 results

  1. Ockert

    Line tool snapping issue

    Hi guys. I'm running into a problem when drawing a line in 3D. When I hover my mouse over the edge of the 3D object (at blue arrow) there appears this 3-axis cursor thing (at red arrow) that has the 3 axis' colours and what looks like a smartpoint where they meet in the middle, it follows my mouse position on the Z-axis, just a bit lower. As soon as I click the mini 3 axis cursor disappears and the line origin has started to draw from the 3-axis mirror cursor and not on the edge where my cursor actually was. I checked the Smart Cursor settings one by one and none of them seems to be the solution. I'm sure it is not a bug and that I'm missing something. Any help is appretiated! Thanks in advance!
  2. Is anyone else having this problem? I can't stop snapping to objects or grid by using the ( ` ) key. Seems like it may be a bug.
  3. When I work with subdivisions, nurbs or meshes, I have to turn off snapping temporarily in order to move vertices by a tiny amount. If I don't, the vertex will snap to its own original position and prevent the move. Yes, I can move it a lot, but I cannot move it a little. I wish, there was an option – under the 'Snap to Object' tool preferences – to prevent points, vertices, subdivision controls etc. from snapping to themselves. Does that make sense?
  4. Hi All, I'm going a little crazy and need someone to do this bug test for me, two parts; Part One Make a truss. Convert to lighting position. Using Instrument Insertion place a few lamps onto the truss. Raise Truss lighting position to 6000mm in Z. Ensure lights stay on truss from front view. Part Two Make a Truss. Convert to lighting position. Raise Truss lighting position to 6000mm in Z. Using Instrument Insertion place a few lamps onto the truss. Ensure lights are hung on truss (mine aren't!) *Optional extra - try to hang more lights on lighting positions, default insertion is 0mm. Just let me know if your experience is the same. Especially @JimWdo you get this? Hope you're all well. J
  5. One of my longest standing wishlist items that I am only now posting to the forum has to deal with snapping tangents from an object to a curved/arced object. Be it a circle, arc, arc-polyline, the tangent snap point does not work when drawing an arc or polyline to that feature. To better illustrate the problem I put together a short screenshot video. I have also linked another thread because of it's relevance to the situation

 

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