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Message - Re: Trimming in elevation view

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Posted by Mike Wheeler on April 25, 1997 at 17:58:26:

In Reply to: Re: Trimming in elevation view posted by Mike Wheeler on April 25, 1997 at 17:49:31:

I said:

>2) In elevation view you can select the eye tool
>and option drag the mouse down to pull the view
>plane back. Your view of the model won't change,
>but you can see the eye point location
>changing in the location bar. Once the eye point
>is further back than the object you're working on
>then everything should work as expected.

This isn't quite true. Option dragging the mouse doesn't work as I described because in orthographic views the concept of moving in and out 3-dimensionally doesn't apply. There is another (more controlled way) to do what I had in mind.

Select the eye tool and then type in a location in the location bar. For an East elevation with a new model the location of the eye point is x=25' y=0' and z=25'. If you increase the value of x so it is larger than the eastern-most piece of your model you should have no problems selecting or trimming any object in the model.

Suggestions 1 and 3 from my previous messge still apply, and are unchanged.

Mike Wheeler
support@artifice.com


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