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    I did a simple test with a 8'x16' closed polyline and then offset it 3.5" inward. Shape was able to extrude both closed polylines as well as the implied space between them. So I could have had either 2 solid cubes or a extruded wall area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steven-g View Post
    It's calle AI and is one of the strong points in Shape and Bricscad it "recognises" things to save you having to draw everything, in shape you can choose whether it does this or just select edges of faces by using a combination of Ctrl and shift keys (this definately is a must to learn), and then something called the manipulator which is a bit like the UCS but on steroids
    OK, then it isn't something I did. I guess ctrl+shift is sort of like selection cycling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f700es View Post
    I did a simple test with a 8'x16' closed polyline and then offset it 3.5" inward. Shape was able to extrude both closed polylines as well as the implied space between them. So I could have had either 2 solid cubes or a extruded wall area.
    My floor area is 90' x 98'. Thatsa whole lotta cubic. But it was sorta weirdly intriguing as a shape. At least I know how to avoid it now.
    The S197 gen Ford Mustang, and the F-4 Phantom both prove the same theory. "With enough power applied, a school bus will fly."

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