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Dynamic Arcs

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BazBalls90 View Drop Down
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    Posted: 21.May.2020 at 13:27
Hi Guys,

First time user on this forum. Thanks for having me. I'm going mental trying to figure our how to get my dynamic block of a joinery unit to stop the arc from over reaching when I scale the image. Everything else moves fine, the top corner of the arc doesn't over extend but scales at 20 degrees with the line, but this little persistent end keeps going passed the line. Does anyone know how to lock it in place?

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philippe JOSEPH View Drop Down
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Hello Bazballs90, I don't know if you have placed correctly the center of the arc because the center of it looks to be higher the horizontal blue line and also the rotation center of the angled rectangle is not at the extremity of that same hozizontal blue line.
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