Cursor Lines

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Sorry for the terminology, the two lines on the cursor to create a true line 90° and 180° is set out to 45° and 270° . What steps are to be set  back to 90° and 180°

Thank You

Greg

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Re: Cursor Lines

Esteemed Contributor
Esteemed Contributor
This in Draft or in the model in sketch mode?

Thanks,
Ken

Production: ST9 MP10
Testing: ST10 MP3

Re: Cursor Lines

PLM World Member Valued Contributor PLM World Member Valued Contributor
PLM World Member Valued Contributor
The cursor lines (lines are called)? are in neither draft or sketch. They
are in the sync part.

Re: Cursor Lines

Phenom
Phenom
The cursor lines (crosshair lines) stay square to the selected plane you are drawing on in synchronous. F3 is the shortcut key to select and deselect planes to draw on, and a lock icon will appear on the right side of your screen when you are locked to a plane. You can use the 'Sketch View' shortcut icon on the bottom right of your screen to automatically move your view square to the plane you are drawing on, and your crosshair lines will be horizontal and vertical again.
-Dylan Gondyke

Re: Cursor Lines

Esteemed Contributor
Esteemed Contributor
The cursor lines in Synch are square to whatever face/plane is located/locked. Check your status bar for options to change the edge of the face/plane to use to set the orientation for odd shaped faces.

Thanks,
Ken

Production: ST9 MP10
Testing: ST10 MP3