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Dimension accuracy in TSplines

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Dimension accuracy in TSplines

Postby isabelw » Wed Jan 04, 2017 7:28 am

I'm fairly new to TSplines and am trying to build a simple model from primitives.

Say that I have a rectangular plane, and want to translate the left most & right most control points of an edge to the left and right, respectively, by the same length, so the resulting geometry is still symmetrical (think of the front view of a simple vase).

When I select both points and "World" drag mode, I can only drag BOTH points in the same direction at once but not to their respective sides. If I only select the left most or the right most point, I couldn't find a way to move them by the same length because there are two separate translation operations.

Is there a way to make things accurate in this case?
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Re: Dimension accuracy in TSplines

Postby JSantocono » Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:59 pm

Hi isabelw.

Yes, you can select the right control points and double click on the respective arrow to type the exact amount, and then do the same with the left control points.
You can also apply symmetry.

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