Hi, I read the thread for this discussion but the pictures weren’t there and I couldn’t follow the meaning, so decided to ask again.
I drew some guide lines on the front face of an extruded rectangular block. The guide lines were parallel from the edges.
I then tried to use the crossover of the guide lines as the centre point of some circles.
Now, mostly the circle just snapped to the crossover of these two lines but sometimes not.
I pressed on and then tried to push/pull the new drawn shape - but it didn’t work. The initial block moved but the sketch remained where it was, as if it wasn’t part of the block.
Now, from doing the fundamentals tutorials I remember that this is possibly something to do with the drawing not being on the same level - would that be correct? Wrong geometry?
As I used the measuring tool to create the guide lines from the edges of the shape I can’t see why this happened, is there a way to ensure that the guide lines are on the same face?
I am sure this is probably something very simple.