Draft Snap WorkingPlane

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Draft Snap WorkingPlane.svg Draft Snap WorkingPlane

Menu location
None
Workbenches
Draft, Arch
Default shortcut
None
Introduced in version
-
See also
Draft Snap, Draft Snap Lock, Draft SelectPlane

Description

The Draft Snap WorkingPlane.svg Draft Snap WorkingPlane option projects the snap point onto the current working plane. It can only be used in combination with another snap option.

Draft Snap WorkingPlane example.png

Snapping the second point of a line to the projected endpoint of an edge

Usage

For general information about snapping see Draft Snap.

  1. Optionally change the working plane.
  2. Make sure snapping is enabled. See Draft Snap Lock.svg Draft Snap Lock.
  3. If Draft Snap WorkingPlane is not active do one of the following:
    • Press the Draft Snap WorkingPlane.svg button in the Draft Snap toolbar.
    • Press the Draft Snap WorkingPlane.svg button in the Draft snap widget.
  4. Make sure at least one other snap option is active.
  5. Choose a Draft or Arch command to create your geometry.
  6. Note that you can also change snap options while a command is active.
  7. Move the cursor over the object you want to snap to.
  8. The object is highlighted.
  9. If a snap point is found it is projected onto the working plane where it is marked.
  10. Click to confirm the point.

Preferences

See Draft Snap.


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