[Lab] sketchup experts?
michel.mos at rogers.com
Tue Jan 21 20:02:03 EST 2014
"Etrange"! 30 or so year
ego a ssimilar problem with Autocad! (the advantage of being a
senior) it was a 2D model but they would provide a 3D perpective and
the problem would be visible. Now all 3D software use TO GEOMETRY. That is
the part side who comes to glue at the existing surface inverse-mirror the existing face. You
must have that? On your software. Michel Moschos
On Tuesday, January 21, 2014 6:57:26 PM, cleber figueiredo <fotocrebs at gmail.com> wrote:
I have been working with SketchUp for some good years now, and it seems to me that this is just a little something that happens, even on very simple models.
Most of the time what I do is just reinforce one of the lines of the shape. Then, suddenly, it understands that it is a different surface and goes on.
This problem tends to get worse when the model is more complex, or when you need to fiddle with very minute details.
2014/1/19 Darcy Whyte <darcy at inventorartist.com>
I often run into this odd problem in sketchup. I have a surface on which I draw a small shape. I expect the shape to be a part of the surface. So if I triple click the surface the shape gets selected. Occasionally I wind up with a shape on a surface that has not joined the surface. Sometimes I can make it join the surface by drawing a line from the shape to an edge of the surface then deleting this line. Sometimes not.
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