On 05/03/2013 06:09 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It is a feature that has been introduced in 4.0. 3.6.6 permits you
to set the degree angle for a line to 100th of a degree (English
system). 4.0.2 and 4.0.3 both limit the degree angle to integers. If you
are going to use 4.0.2, you will have to use these degree Intergers: 0
14 29 43 57 71 and 86. Not as exact as you may want but the
accuracy is less that 0.5 degrees.
I need to set the degrees of a line to a decimal value, like 51,43 to divide 1
turn in 7.
In 4.02 I am able to input only integer values.
Is it a feature or a bug, or I miss an option?
Thanks, Roberto Occa.
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