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Is it a mistake or a spell?

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gilcolaboradormultiorthos
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Is it a mistake or a spell?

Hello everybody. Can anyone explain why when making a drawing on the plane, the chopped/selected points go outside the defined plane? Is it a mistake or a spell?Captura de ecrã 2023-11-20, às 09.21.25.png

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Hi,

Planes are infinite and not limited to the displayed area.
This is for orientation purposes and can be extended as required.

 

günther

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I'm aware of what you're saying but the lines are perpendicular to the drawing plane. Can you explain this?

 

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Hi,


@gilcolaboradormultiorthos wrote:

I'm aware of what you're saying but the lines are perpendicular to the drawing plane. Can you explain this?

 


please share the file and explain which lines you are talking about

File > export > save as f3d on local drive > attach to post

 

günther

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Hello
Here is the attached file.
I take this opportunity to ask:
Why can't I keep the body in the same position between making adjustments to the mesh and during the solid construction process?

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