>If you are going to use 4.0.2, you will have to use these
degree Integers: 0 14 29 43 57 71 and 86.
I'm using 126.96.36.199/Win7 and I can type in any integer I want
between 0 and 359. Right click on the line, select Position
and Size then select the Rotation tab. That doesn't
completely solve your problem, but it's better than the
restrictions noted above.
On 5/3/2013 7:14 AM, Dan Lewis wrote:
On 05/03/2013 06:09 AM, email@example.com 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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