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Mon Feb 13 00:07:31 CET 2006
Karl Kühberger wrote:
> Hi Roger
> Am 10.02.2006 um 23:43 schrieb Roger:
>> Dimensioning methods have been discussed of late and I would like to
>> add my wish.
>> Blender already has edge length, angles and face area dimensioning
>> which I use all the time, however I can have 50 and more short line
>> segment lengths on an extruded and scaled nurbs curved surface like
>> a boat hull or aeroplane fuselage or wing and it's very difficult to
>> see these among the other dimensions and add them to obtain a single
>> total edge length or length of a few line segments between 2 points.
>> I can select particular line segments to obtain lengths and would
>> love to be able to use to only 1 or 2 decimal points not 3.
>> My wish is to show the total length of a selected set of edge
>> lengths and a total area of a selected number of faces.
> would be essential too!
> but I don't see it as substitute for the dimensioning feature in
> the add-dialogue.
I feel I have missed something, which dimensioning feature in the add-in
dialogue, sorry I must have missed something please re say.
>> did you know that at very large grid scales the camera and F12
>> render does not work.
>> I set up a very large drawing grid zoomed very far out and the
>> inserted camera was so small that it was a dot, so I scaledthe
>> camera up to a useable size but it doesn't render, F12 shows nothing
>> in the render view.
> have you changed the clipping end button (F9) to a higher value?
Yes I set clip end to 200, 500 and 1000 at that the camera disappears.
>> Numpad 5 does not change between iso and normal - camers shows a
>> microscope view.
>> I tried scaling down the components to .5 and then .2 but still no
>> My tip for the day is to use the scale grid as it is when the
>> initial start up cube, light and camera are displayed.
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