Skizzen Einstellungen

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Der Einstellungsdialog für den Sketcher befindet sich bei den allgemeinen Einstellungen (Menu Bearbeiten → Einstellungen → Skizze).

There are two tabs: General, and Colors.

Allgemein

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Farben

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This option and the following 5 preferences settings can also be specified only for single sketches in the sketcher dialog section Edit controls. |- | Grid size | The distance between two subsequent grid lines. Note that the default value of 0 mm will result in a 10 mm grid. |- | Grid snap | If checked, new points will snap to the nearest grid line. Note that the points have already to be close to a grid line that the snap takes effect. The distance is a fifth of the value set for Grid size, so for a 10 mm grid, the snapping only occurs if the point is not more than 2 mm away from a grid line.

Note: A snapped point has no coincident constraint with the grid point it snapped to. |- | Auto constraints | If checked, the sketcher proposes automatically sensible constraints. If you draw for example a polyline Sketcher CreatePolyline.svg and point towards the bottom, you will see that the sketcher proposes a vertical constraint:Constraint Vertical.svg. If you set now a point the drawn line segment will get the vertical constraint. |- | Avoid redundant auto constraints | If checked, the sketcher tries not to propose redundant auto constraints. This option only has an effect if also the option Auto constraints is used. |- | Rendering order | The order how sketches are rendered. To change it, drag and drop one of the geometries to the top or bottom. |- | Show Advanced Solver Control in the Task bar | If checked, the sketcher dialog will have the additional section Advanced solver control to adjust solver settings. |- | Improve solving while dragging | If checked, a special solver algorithm will be used while dragging sketch elements. This avoids that the sketch flips around while dragging. It is an improvement for most cases, however for complex sketches this option can increase the time to solve the sketch. |}

In the Colors tab you can specify the following:

Name Description
Default edge color The color in which sketch edges will be displayed when the sketch is not edited.

Note: Changing the color will only have an effect for new sketches.

Default vertex color The color in which sketch vertices (points) will be displayed when the sketch is not edited.

Note: Changing the color will only have an effect for new sketches.

Making line color The color used while new sketch elements are created.
Edit edge color The color in which sketch edges will be displayed when the sketch is edited.
Edit vertex color The color in which sketch vertices (points) will be displayed when the sketch is edited.
Construction geometry The color of construction geometry in edit mode.
External geometry The color of external geometry in edit mode.
Fully constrained geometry The color of fully constrained geometry in edit mode.
Constraint color The color of constraints in edit mode.
Reference Constraint color The color of reference constraints in edit mode.
Expression dependent constraint color The color of expression dependent constraints in edit mode.
Deactivated constraint color The color of deactivated constraints in edit mode. introduced in version 0.19
Datum color The color of dimensional (datum) constraints.
Cursor text color Text color of the coordinates. When creating a new sketch element or when dragging an existing element the coordinates are displayed next to the cursor in the specified color.
Cursor crosshair color The color of the crosshair cursor. This is the cursor you get when creating a new sketch element.

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