As you know vid 09 puts in the horizontal constraint before the small arc is attached to the larger. The horizontal constraint is not automatic, it is put in manually in the video, and it is put in before the upper corner arc is attache to large arc.
It looks like there may be some problems with 0.18. Is it stable? We are advised in Linux Mint to wait until the Linux Mint guys put software into their repository. Version 0.18 has not shown up yet.
0.18-dev builds upon v0.17 and its development started back in April. So far it is not less stable than 0.17, and it actually brings improvements and bug fixes. But as time passes, it's possible that new code could add further bugs... After all, it is a development version.
I know how it happens, but nevertheless you should avoid it. If you want the ends of two lines/arcs to be tangent then select the endpoints and apply tangency, and apply no other constraint. Period. Whatever else you have seen, heard or done: it's wrong.FC-Architecter wrote: ↑Mon Jul 02, 2018 5:01 pmI just tried selecting the LINE not the endpoint of the large arc, then the endpoint of the small arc and using the TANGENT constraint. The operation succeeded but the points were still separated in space, so I also had to use the coincident constraint anyway.
You have modeled enough to avoid to restart over and over again. You should now find the reasons why things don't work and fix them. It's not some kind of gambling where you sometimes win and sometimes loose. Understand where the issues arise from and fix them. That makes you a winner every time.As you know, the entire lower left corner of the sketch was put in last, so the whole thing can be removed and redone.
It seems to be as stable as my 0.17. I'm not familiar with Mint, but you can always use the AppimageIt looks like there may be some problems with 0.18. Is it stable? We are advised in Linux Mint to wait until the Linux Mint guys put software into their repository. Version 0.18 has not shown up yet.
I told you in my previous post what to do to fully constrain the sketch. See above. You applied the tangency only at one end of the arc.Ok Ok mea culpa. I am slowly figuring things out. I have got it down to 1 degree of freedom. Just searching for it now. The lower left corner is still moving so that must be the remaining degree of freedom.
Yes, I realized that I had confused the "fix point to object" with "tangency" because they look similar.
Yes, at minute 11:14 you can see the symmetry constraint and the horizontal constraint in the video 09.chrisb wrote: ↑Tue Jul 03, 2018 1:15 pmNo, there is a symmetry constraint at the top of the sketch. That has an additional horizontal constraint.