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Hey all,

 

For some reason a truss object that's vertical has different 2D and 3D X position. The two images are in Top/Plan and Top views, so the same perspective, but they're drastically different.

 

Any insights on how to fix this?

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This is a known bug and will be fixed in a up coming service pack. It only affects the old 'straight truss tool', the newer symbol based' insert truss' tool is not affected.

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25 minutes ago, GW Rodriguez said:

Hey all,

 

For some reason a truss object that's vertical has different 2D and 3D X position. The two images are in Top/Plan and Top views, so the same perspective, but they're drastically different.

 

Any insights on how to fix this?

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25 minutes ago, GW Rodriguez said:

Hey all,

 

For some reason a truss object that's vertical has different 2D and 3D X position. The two images are in Top/Plan and Top views, so the same perspective, but they're drastically different.

 

Any insights on how to fix this?

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Wow. Thank YOU @GW Rodriguez. This was happening to me in January and up until I read this, I thought it was me doing something  wrong.

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Guys, thanks for fixing this on SP3! However when you use the mirror tool, the mirrored truss have the same problem. Can you please check that?

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good find on the mirror tool bug.   Oddly enough I found if you continue to duplicate it works out to be fine....which is very odd.  temporarily grouping does not make this work any better either.   

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@JGuffin2010, thanks for the info. The mirror tool actually flips most the objects, making them look like you're seeing them in a mirror. Mirroring again flips the truss again and fix it. Until we resolve the problem, you can workaround it also by using the Flipping menu commands.

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