In my model the building sits squarely on the red and green axis. When I created it 2 walls were each started at the junction of the 3 axis following exactly on the red and green. Well, this has changed and I don’t know why!!!
For some reason, the axis lines intersection point has moved from the corner of the building to a new location. No clue why. I didn’t move anything. I wouldn’t have even noticed it except that now I can’t get rectangles to draw correctly as I need them. Since they will not draw on the axis where I need them.
I had to fix all my walls on the model. Making all new walls and making them into groups as I was instructed to eliminate many problems with making windows and doors in them.
I was trying to create a border on one of these new walls. The wall is perfectly aligned, as I created it. However, when I make a rectangle on the wall it doesn’t sit flat on the wall. As I can’t create a correctly positioned rectangle I can’t even make one outside the model and put it in there. (I could make a bad one and then adjust the angle hoping I get it exactly correct to place on the wall…but this seems like a ■■■■ work around!!!)
So, can anyone tell me why the axis may have changed? Again, please read this before asking about this…: I DIDN’T MOVE THE MODEL. I DIDN’T REPOSITION ANYTHING AT ANY TIME. I SAVED THE MODEL, REBOOTED MY COMPUTER (For a system update) AND I OPENED THE MODEL. Sorry for the caps but I find even when I type something someone WILL ask if I maybe changed the position of the model. NO!!!
Or, is there a command I don’t see or know about that will allow me to move the axis point back to the corner of the main building model and turn it so it lines up perfectly as it was when I created it.
Thanks… This is really screwing my ability to work on this right now…when I actually have time in my schedule to do it.
I have included 2 pictures. One is where you can see my attempt to create a rectangle on the wall and then made it a group. The group bounding lines are now all skewed from lining up with the wall. (And if I take the rectangle all the way across the wall it will NOT lay flat on the wall (thus can’t fill JUST IT!)
The other picture is showing the NEW location of the axis’ intersection point as well as the new angles they have taken on. That axis intersection was originally right on the corner of the main building with the red and green lines perfectly lines up with the outsides of those 2 walls.