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Topic ClosedSlopeTick updated

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Direct Link To This Post Topic: SlopeTick updated
    Posted: 12.May.2011 at 08:27
The slope hatch utility (batter lines) SlopeTick has been updated for more precise tick marks on some types of slope edges.
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24.Oct.2011 at 16:15
Command: SLOPETICK
Slope ticker
Specify the distance between slope ticks <2.00>:
Select the upper edge:
Select the upper edge:
Select the bottom edge:
Flip ticks? [Yes/No] <No>: Y
; error: bad argument type: 2D/3D point: (489410.0 6.08664e+006 0.0 489412.0
6.0867e+006 0.0)

very often error.... than the angle between lines are big...
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