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Beskrivning

Detta verktyg tillåter dig att grafiskt redigera vissa egenskaper av det markerade objektet, som hörnen i en tråd, eller längden och bredden på en Rektangel, eller radien på en Cirkel.

Draft Edit example.png

4 objects in Draft Edit mode: a Draft Wire (red), a Draft Arc (black), a Draft BSpline (green) and a Draft BezCurve (magenta)

Usage

See also: Draft Snap and Draft Constrain.

  1. Optionally select one or more objects. Note that although multiple objects can be in Draft Edit mode, objects can only be edited one at a time.
  2. There are several ways to invoke the command:
    • If you have not yet selected an object: double-click an object in the Tree view. This only work for supported Draft objects.
    • Press the Draft Edit.svg Draft Edit button.
    • Select the Modification → Draft Edit.svg Edit option from the menu.
    • Use the keyboard shortcut: D then E.
  3. If you have not yet selected an object: select an object in the 3D view.
  4. The selected objects are marked with temporary nodes, and the Main task panel opens. See Options for more information.
  5. Optionally use a node or edge context menu. These context menus are only available for some Draft objects. See Supported objects for more information.
    • Do one of the following:
      • On all operating systems: hold down E and click the node or edge. To use E you may have to click in the 3D view once to ensure that it has the focus.
      • On Windows: hold down Alt and click the node or edge.
      • On Linux: hold down Shift+Alt, Ctrl+Alt or Alt, and click the node or edge.
      • On macOS: hold down Option and click the node or edge.
    • Select an option from the context menu.
    • If the selected option requires point input:
  6. Optionally move a node:
    • Click the node in the 3D view.
    • The Node task panel opens. See Options for more information.
    • Pick a point in the 3D view, or type coordinates and press the Draft AddPoint.svg Enter point button.
    • The result depends on the object and the selected node.
  7. Press Esc or the Close button (the button at the top of the task panel, without the image) to finish the command.

Options

The single character keyboard shortcuts mentioned here can be changed. See Draft Preferences.

Main task panel

Node task panel

  • Redigeringsverktyget fungerar endast på ett markerat objekt åt gången.
  • Redigeringsläget fungerar endast på Skiss Trådar, Rektanglar, Cirklar och Cirkelbågar. Andra objekttyper måste först konverteras till Skissobjekt.
  • Klicka på ett redigeringshörn för att flytta det, klicka igen för att släppa det.
  • Nedtryckning av CTRL kommer att snäppa din punkt till tillgängliga snäpp-punkter.
  • Nedtryckning av SKIFT kommer att koppla ihop x och y värdena , så att formen behålls
  • Om du trycker på ESC så avbryts funktionen.
  • Om du klickar på redigeringskanppen igen så avslutas redigeringsläget
  • Skriv in siffror för att manuellt mata in en koordinat.

Supported objects

Draft Line.svg Draft Line and Draft Wire.svg Draft Wire

  • If the start or end node of an open wire is moved so that they coincide, the wire is closed.
  • Node context menu: delete point. At least two points must remain.
  • Edge context menu: add point, reverse wire (introduced in version 0.20).

Draft Arc.svg Draft Arc and Draft Arc 3Points.svg Draft Arc 3Points

  • Center node context menu: move arc.
  • Start node context menu: set first angle.
  • End node context menu: set last angle.
  • Mid node context menu: set radius.
  • Edge context menu: invert arc. Currently this does not work.

Draft Circle.svg Draft Circle

  • No context menus for this object.

Draft Ellipse.svg Draft Ellipse

  • No context menus for this object.

Draft Rectangle.svg Draft Rectangle

  • No context menus for this object.

Draft Polygon.svg Draft Polygon

  • No context menus for this object.

Draft BSpline.svg Draft BSpline

  • If the start or end node of an open spline is moved so that they coincide, the spline is closed.
  • Node context menu: delete point. At least two points must remain for an open spline. For a closed spline the minimum number of points is three.
  • Edge context menu: add point.

Draft CubicBezCurve.svg Draft CubicBezCurve and Draft BezCurve.svg Draft BezCurve

  • If the start or end node of an open curve is moved so that they coincide, the curve is closed.
  • Node context menu: make sharp, make tangent, make symmetric and delete point.
  • Edge context menu: add point.

Draft Dimension.svg Draft Dimension

  • Angular dimensions cannot be edited.
  • The start and end nodes of parametric dimensions cannot be moved.
  • No context menus for this object.

Arch Wall.svg Arch Wall

  • A single node to control the height of the wall is displayed above the DataPlacement of the wall.
  • No context menus for this object.

Arch Structure.svg Arch Structure

  • No context menus for this object.

Arch Window.svg Arch Window

  • No context menus for this object.

Arch Space.svg Arch Space

  • No context menus for this object.

Arch Panel Cut.svg Arch Panel Cut

  • No context menus for this object.

Arch Panel Sheet.svg Arch Panel Sheet

  • No context menus for this object.

Part Box.svg Part Box

  • No context menus for this object.

Part Cylinder.svg Part Cylinder

  • No context menus for this object.

Part Sphere.svg Part Sphere

  • No context menus for this object.

Part Cone.svg Part Cone

  • No context menus for this object.

Part Line.svg Part Line

  • No context menus for this object.

Sketcher NewSketch.svg Sketcher Sketch

  • Only sketches that contain a single unconstrained line can be edited. Currently this does not work properly.
  • No context menus for this object.

Preferences

See also: Preferences Editor and Draft Preferences.

  • The color of the temporary nodes is the same as the color of the snap symbols. This color can be changed in the preferences: Edit → Preferences... → Draft → Visual settings → Visual Settings → Color. Note that this color is not used for the temporary nodes displayed for Draft BezCurves. These nodes use the VyLine Color of the curve instead.

Scripting

See also: Autogenerated API documentation and FreeCAD Scripting Basics.

There is no Python method to Draft Edit objects. To emulate the results of the command geometric properties of objects have to be modified.