I have autosketch 10. I think I have finally figured out part of my question. I am a landscape designer, and I am designing a brick paver driveway. I want to show what is called a soldier course. So, imagine, two circles, with an offset of 8". I want to show lines connecting these two circles, at a 4" interval. I found the length of my circle, multiplied by 12, to find inches. Than, I divided this number by 4, to find out how many I would need. Since a circle is 360 degrees, I divided this number, to find my degree interval. Wow, it worked. (maybe there is an easier way, but it beats clicking hudreds of times to join them.
So, here is my question. Imagine I have several curved arcs that I joined. In otherwords, like a snake, inside and outside arcs. I want to do the same thing. Double line with an offset of 8", and space the connecting lines at 4". If someone could let me know how to do this, I would appreciate it very much. Thank you.
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