NormandC wrote: ↑
Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:24 am
I doubt there is any bug about it, or we would have heard about it by now.
I put up a link to the bug in my original post. It explains it quite well.
Ok, so.... Y'all are saying that to move a sketch on the XZ plane out on the global Y axis, I need to change the Z axis. Well, that is REALLY non intuitive.
Here's an example. Open it up, it's just a bunch of rectangles. Change an offset. The rectangles change their orientation for me. According to the bug documentation, that's only visual, not real.... and a recompute is supposed to fix that. And it does for me. But I'm getting sick of recomputes, and sick of missing something and fiddling with something that's visually wrong and doesn't need to be fiddled with.
I have no idea why my example rectangle is negative in the "Z" Y direction, relative to the unchanged rectangle.
All I want to do is use loft to create a simple guitar neck along the Y axis. Argh. This should be the easiest thing in the world.
The bug report says there's a better way to do it. If there is, does anyone know? I don't want to argue about bugs, I just want to move my sketch without a hassle.