The two first examples I am not sure yet what to do with them.chrisb wrote: ↑Fri Nov 02, 2018 7:42 amHere is the test file. My previous observation lead me to partly wrong conclusions, these should be more precise. Each Sketch contains two lines which I tried to fillet at their joint. I observe the following behaviour
Sketch: Error message in report view, which is ok. other possible behaviour: arc to a side depending on which click is nearer to the joint.
Sketch001: instead of an arc a circle is created and the existing arc turns to a circle as well.
Sketch002: the construction lines serve the only purpose to indicate where above them you have to click to show the described behaviour. Filleting at the position of the right construction line works, at the left line I get an error.
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>>> ActiveSketch.ViewObject.GridSnap False
I would have expected one of these two, with one of the fillet starts being where I have clicked, or something in between.
Actually that is a brilliant, easy to implement idea. Better?chrisb wrote: ↑Sat Nov 03, 2018 4:36 pmI would have expected one of these two, with one of the fillet starts being where I have clicked, or something in between.
Your are perfectely right, the right coincident constraint was missing. I'm sorry, I hadn't seen that.