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Bruce Kieffer

Editing a solid subtraction that has been flipped or rotated.


I wish that editing a solid subtraction that has been flipped or rotated just kept the object in its current orientation. It's a real mess trying to edit the solid subtraction if it was rotated before editing. I double click to enter the editing mode, and then where is my object! Also, other objects relative to the the solid subtraction are not visible, and that makes editing the solid subtraction very difficult if I need to use those objects for reference.

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I agree completely.


Sometimes I ungroup the subtraction then re-subtract the objects, so that the editing mode follows the current orientation.

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