- Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:04 pm #67206
I think it's like the newly included snap point in autocad 2006 "middle of two points" this comes in extremely handy even when not mirroring. esp if you want to cut down on time by not drawing a line betweet the two desired points and then taking a mid point for whatever action.Jesse Valentine Portz wrote:I may be wrong due to your cryptic answer, but I think you misunderstand me.Djordje wrote:You can ...Jesse Valentine Portz wrote:Another way to not have to draw a mirroring axis is this 2 click method which would be a great option to have:
Click on 2 points- then the program uses a mirroring axis that is perpendicular to the midpoint between the 2 clicks.
I know it may sound strange, but it's actually really useful.
Use Special snap points.
Special snap points divide a line. I am proposing a method which would spare the added effort of drawing the line in the first place.
Even if you are refering to the temporary vector, you would still need more than 2 clicks, no?
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