Bance wrote: ↑
Sun Jun 21, 2020 4:01 pm
You should be nice, and you should search, but most importantly you should include all
the information that someone might need to help you.
I really didn't expect it to come to this point. I was convinced someone would come and say "you are doing this wrong"
chrisb wrote: ↑
Sun Jun 21, 2020 4:46 pm
Such issues still occur in 0.19 if so called partially redundant constraints are involved. This occurs if internally one constraint is split into several, which happens e.g. with point-to-point tangency or symmetry; especially symmetry is a recurring problem child.
If such a constraint can not completely be dropped, but only parts of it, then the redundant part is silently dropped. Sometimes this leads to problems as you encounter them now.
I am not a friend of such silent drops, but if it works all right it may help beginners.
I am a little curious about the logic. I have the unfortunate habit of trying to understand things. People always say that it's good, until the moment that i start asking questions
The way I see it there are 3 constraints that add some information: the 2 symmetries (or 1 symmetry and the center of the arc in the origin) and one of the points on arc. The other constraint for the second point on arc is totally redundant. One of them, constraint 9, is also last in the list.
Shouldn't this constraint be picked up as 100% redundant?