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Midpoint of vertical pipes viewed in elevation

Question asked by Paul Carpenter on Mar 6, 2008
Latest reply on Mar 6, 2008 by Paul Carpenter
I have a drawing of an assembly which has several vertical pipes that were patterned. I am trying to dimension the distance from center to center between the pipes. In the drawing the assembly is viewed from the front so the pipes look like vertical rectangles. So I would assume you just try to select the midpoint of the bottom "lines" of the rectangles (bottom edge of the pipes). But no midpoint circle (snap circle) is coming up; only the side or corner are coming up. I have seen this done before, what am I missing here?
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