Difference between revisions of "Draft Snap Special"

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|IconL=Draft_Snap_Intersection.svg
 
|IconL=Draft_Snap_Intersection.svg
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|IconR=Draft_Snap_Dimensions.svg
 
|IconC=Workbench_Draft.svg
 
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|MenuLocation=Draft → Snapping → Special
 
|MenuLocation=Draft → Snapping → Special
 
|Workbenches=[[Draft_Module|Draft]], [[Arch_Module|Arch]]
 
|Workbenches=[[Draft_Module|Draft]], [[Arch_Module|Arch]]
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|Version=0.17
 
|SeeAlso=[[Draft_Snap|Draft Snap]], [[Draft_Snap_Lock|Draft ToggleSnap]]
 
|SeeAlso=[[Draft_Snap|Draft Snap]], [[Draft_Snap_Lock|Draft ToggleSnap]]
|Version=0.17
 
 
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This method snaps to the special location points defined by a particular object, such as an [[Image:Arch_Wall.svg|24px]] [[Arch Wall]].
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This method snaps to the special location points defined by a particular object, such as an [[Image:Arch_Wall.svg|24px]] [[Arch_Wall|Arch Wall]].
  
 
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== Notes == <!--T:7-->
 
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The special points that serve as snapping points depend entirely on the object; these could be:
 
The special points that serve as snapping points depend entirely on the object; these could be:
* Vertices of base lines of [[Image:Arch_Wall.svg|24px]] [[Arch Wall|Arch Walls]].
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* Vertices of base lines of [[Image:Arch_Wall.svg|24px]] [[Arch_Wall|Arch Walls]].
* Base points of [[Image:Arch_Structure.svg|24px]] [[Arch Structure|Arch Structures]].
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* Base points of [[Image:Arch_Structure.svg|24px]] [[Arch_Structure|Arch Structures]].
* SnapPoints of [[Image:Arch_Equipment.svg|24px]] [[Arch Equipment|Arch Equipment]].
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* SnapPoints of [[Image:Arch_Equipment.svg|24px]] [[Arch_Equipment|Arch Equipment]].
 
* Any point defined in the {{incode|SnapPoints}} attribute of an object, if it exists. The vectors defined in the {{incode|SnapPoints}} attribute (a {{incode|VectorList}} property) are transformed together with the object placement before snapping.
 
* Any point defined in the {{incode|SnapPoints}} attribute of an object, if it exists. The vectors defined in the {{incode|SnapPoints}} attribute (a {{incode|VectorList}} property) are transformed together with the object placement before snapping.
  
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|[[Draft_Snap|Draft Snap]]
 
|[[Draft_Snap|Draft Snap]]
 
|IconL=Draft_Snap_Intersection.svg
 
|IconL=Draft_Snap_Intersection.svg
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|IconR=Draft_Snap_Dimensions.svg
 
|IconC=Workbench_Draft.svg
 
|IconC=Workbench_Draft.svg
|IconR=Draft_Snap_Dimensions.svg
 
 
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Draft Snap Special.svg Draft Snap Special

Menu location
Draft → Snapping → Special
Workbenches
Draft, Arch
Default shortcut
None
Introduced in version
0.17
See also
Draft Snap, Draft ToggleSnap


Description

This method snaps to the special location points defined by a particular object, such as an Arch Wall.svg Arch Wall.

Draft Snap Special example.png

Snapping the second point of a line to the special point of an Arch Wall.svg Arch Wall, which is the vertex of its base wire


Usage

  1. Make sure Draft Snap Lock.svg Draft ToggleSnap and Draft Snap Special.svg Snap Special are turned on.
  2. Choose a Draft tool to draw a shape.
  3. Move the cursor over a special object, such as an Arch Wall.svg Arch Wall.
  4. A small white circle will indicate the special point to which your new point will be attached.
  5. Click to attach your new point.

Notes

The special points that serve as snapping points depend entirely on the object; these could be:

  • Vertices of base lines of Arch Wall.svg Arch Walls.
  • Base points of Arch Structure.svg Arch Structures.
  • SnapPoints of Arch Equipment.svg Arch Equipment.
  • Any point defined in the SnapPoints attribute of an object, if it exists. The vectors defined in the SnapPoints attribute (a VectorList property) are transformed together with the object placement before snapping.