The sketch below needs one more constraint to be fully constrained. I could assign a dimension to "a" or "b", but what I'd rather do is set a relation between them (like a = 0.60*b). Is there any way to do that? I want to able to vary p1 (vertical height) and have all the sketch elements stay in the same proportion. Thanks for any help with this.
You would have to figure out an equation / expression relating the length of (b OR a) to p1 (I'm assuming there's a typo in your original post when you said "p0" - as that is your angle expression).
Then set the length of (b OR a) to that expression.
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Try this, worked for me.
Overconstrain the sketch by adding constraints to Line A and Line B
Edit the constraint B to read whatever the p number of constraint A is * .6 e.g p3=p2*.6
Now convert constraint A to a reference constraint.