Possibly stupid question...
Click "line" tool,
click vertex 1,
click vertex 2
Click vertex 1
Click vertex 2
Click button to run macro
What's the advantage?
I wish it was that easy.If it was, there would be no advantage. However, The Drafting Standard requires a gap of .04" between the two selected vertices.
The actual workflow is closer to this:
sketch a horizontal line
add a horizontal sketch relation to the first point of the line and one of the corners of the O-ring groove
add 2ea .04" dimensions at either end of the sketch line
hide the .04 dimensions
Imagine a part with 10-20 O-ring grooves and think about the amount of time a macro would save.
I had this macro written for some client.
You need to do the following: -
- Select the drawing view which has the 2 points.
- Ctrl select the first point.
- Ctrl select the second point.
- Run the macro.
You shall see the line inserted.
Hope it helps!!!
this will help me very much!
have a good day!