3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 25, 2010 4:07 AM by Tom chen

    3D Line Direction ∆X ∆Y ∆Z does not have proper ± sign

    Charles Culp

      See the attached image. For a line to go from [0,0.7595,0] to [0,0,0.3965], the ∆Y must be a negative 0.7595, not positive. For some reason I thought the + and - was shown, but apparently that is only for the absolute locations, not the ∆. It appears to be the same for 2D sketches, as well.


      I would like to see this not be an absolute value.