You're welcome.eivindkvedalen wrote:Thanks for testing and reporting back!
It probably isn't crucial the end user has - sign visible on the screen (3D View) at all times. Its main purpose from user perspective after all is to insert it once and to flip sketcher geometry if desired. Beyond that user has little value in knowing if in the background the value is positive/negative?abdullah wrote:English translation: When using horizontal or vertical distance constraints (not distance constraint), anybody sees a problem if instead of showing the value in absolute value, the value shown on the screen is signed (e.g. -30 mm), meaning that the point to the right (in horizontal distance constraint) is the one taken as reference for then definition of the "distance"? Anybody thinks that there is an advantage for the user if the sign is shown?
Or i could be wrong and there are use cases. Maybe expression support will introduce a need for the end user to be more aware of the value sign.
If sketcher constraints set by expression will keep whatever sign the expression produces i am guessing what could happen is sketcher geometry could flip more often but then again the user can control this by multiplying the expression by -1 if needed.1) Fix: Sketcher constraints assigned by an expression will now keep its original sign. This makes using expressions much more predictable and nicer, imo.
The keyboard combination shortcut didn't work for me as it selects all cells instead. I can investigate that tomorrow on why that happens. Instead i noticed you added set alias toolbar button and that works good.2) Feature: A new spreadsheet command has been added, accessible with Ctrl+Shift+A by default. This should bring up the alias page of a cell's properties directly with focus on the line edit, making it more convenient to add aliases.
Nice.3) Feature: Aliased cells will change their default background to light yellow, and get a tooltip when the mouse is over them.