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{{Docnav
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|[[Sketcher_CloseShape|Close Shape]]
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|[[Sketcher_SelectConstraints|Select Constraints]]
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|[[Sketcher_Workbench|Sketcher]]
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|IconL=Sketcher_CloseShape.svg
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|IconR=Sketcher_SelectConstraints.svg‎
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{{GuiCommand|Name=Sketcher ConnectLines|Workbenches=[[Sketcher Workbench|Sketcher]]|MenuLocation=Sketch → Sketcher tools → Connect Edges|Shortcut=Ctrl+Shift+K|SeeAlso=}}
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{{GuiCommand
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|Name=Sketcher ConnectLines
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|MenuLocation=Sketch → Sketcher tools → Connect Edges
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|Workbenches=[[Sketcher_Workbench|Sketcher]]
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|Shortcut={{KEY|Ctrl}}+{{KEY|Shift}}+{{KEY|K}}
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|Version=0.15
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|SeeAlso=[[Sketcher_ConstrainCoincident|Sketcher ConstrainCoincident]]
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}}
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==Description== <!--T:2-->
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Applies [[Sketcher_ConstrainCoincident|Coincident constraints]] to endpoints with the same coordinates of the selected elements.
  
====Description==== <!--T:2-->
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==Usage== <!--T:3-->
Applies [[Constraint PointOnPoint|PointOnPoint-Constraints]] to endpoints with the same coordinates of the selected elements.
 
  
====Usage==== <!--T:3-->
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Select the elements in the 3D-view or in the listbox on the left side of the screen and click on the icon.
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# Select the unconnected elements in the [[3D_view|3D view]] or in the [[Task_panel|Task panel]] on the left side of the screen
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# Invoke the command using several methods:
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#* Press the {{Button|[[File:Sketcher_ConnectLines.svg|16px]] [[Sketcher_ConnectLines|Connect lines]]}} button.
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#* Use the {{KEY|Ctrl}} + {{KEY|Shift}} + {{KEY|K}} keyboard shortcut.
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#* Use the {{MenuCommand|Sketch → Sketcher tools → [[File:Sketcher_ConnectLines.svg|16px]] Connect Edges}} entry from the top menu.
  
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==Notes== <!--T:4-->
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Before using this command make sure that obvious constraints (horizontal, vertical, tangential) are already applied to the elements.
 
Before using this command make sure that obvious constraints (horizontal, vertical, tangential) are already applied to the elements.
 
Selecting the elements in a counter-clock-wise order seems to produce better results.
 
Selecting the elements in a counter-clock-wise order seems to produce better results.
  
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[[Category:UnfinishedDocu]]
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{{Docnav
 
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|[[Sketcher_CloseShape|Close Shape]]
 
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|[[Sketcher_SelectConstraints|Select Constraints]]
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|[[Sketcher_Workbench|Sketcher]]
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|IconL=Sketcher_CloseShape.svg
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|IconR=Sketcher_SelectConstraints.svg‎
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|IconC=Workbench_Sketcher.svg
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}}
  
 
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Sketcher ConnectLines.svg Sketcher ConnectLines

Menu location
Sketch → Sketcher tools → Connect Edges
Workbenches
Sketcher
Default shortcut
Ctrl+Shift+K
Introduced in version
0.15
See also
Sketcher ConstrainCoincident

Description

Applies Coincident constraints to endpoints with the same coordinates of the selected elements.

Usage

  1. Select the unconnected elements in the 3D view or in the Task panel on the left side of the screen
  2. Invoke the command using several methods:
    • Press the Sketcher ConnectLines.svg Connect lines button.
    • Use the Ctrl + Shift + K keyboard shortcut.
    • Use the Sketch → Sketcher tools → Sketcher ConnectLines.svg Connect Edges entry from the top menu.

Notes

Before using this command make sure that obvious constraints (horizontal, vertical, tangential) are already applied to the elements. Selecting the elements in a counter-clock-wise order seems to produce better results.