Say I’m placing a polygon as such:
As you can see, my mouse is at one of the corners of the polygon. How would I make it so that the radius isn’t determined by the centre-corner distance, but the centre-side distance? So instead of my mouse being on one of the corners, it’s in the middle of one of the sides.
Thank you very much!
-_- I worked it out, you press CTRL
On a windows machine, hit Ctrl. It works the same as it does on local SketchUp install.
My mistake was that I was using Circle. It only works on the Polygon tool.
Yes. There’s no need for it with the Circle tool.
Wich circle tool?
I can only find two polygon tools. One creates prisms with hard eges after pushpulling the other creates prisms with soften/smooth edges after pushpulling.
There’s a little more difference than that. SketchUp treats the results of the Circle tool as true circles, for some operations. Unfortunately not for tangents or intersections.
Yes I know, but I was omitting it in the small joke.