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Franco Aversa | 10 months ago | 7 comments | 234 views

I don't remember if in Bixelangelo there is a command to join two lines that are separated and create a closed shape? Is there a command that links two points?

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Franco choose edit sketch and move the end point of a line to the beginning of the second line. They merge. You can create a loop by Joining the end of the joined lines with the beginning of the figure. No special command. Just dragging with the mouse.

Filip, 10 months ago


Thanks Filip.
But if the lines are two (for example) they cannot be joined to form a closed figure.
I thought there was a shortcut, but maybe I don't remember well

Franco Aversa, 10 months ago


Franco, I think it's not possible on actual version.

vincent, 10 months ago


sin would be very useful!

Franco Aversa, 10 months ago




Maybe I didn't understood the question. Is this what you mean?

Filip, 10 months ago


yes but you can only drag [point] into [circle] and it generates bezier curves resulting in changes to the starting design (fig1 -> fig4)

vincent, 10 months ago


Lines can only be connected by drag and drop if the directions match. An end point an only be dropped on a start point.

Unlike standard vector editing tools, the direction is important in Bixelangelo because it is used to design roller coasters.

www.outerspace-software.com...

michiel, 10 months ago


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