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    hey guys,

    so i've changed the stretch parameter and it works fine, except i have no idea why the insertion point is to the side of the block.

    I've tested the block inside block editor and it works fine but once i exit it, the base point is to the side.

    any idea whats wrong with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibanezboy21 View Post
    hey guys,

    so i've changed the stretch parameter and it works fine, except i have no idea why the insertion point is to the side of the block.

    I've tested the block inside block editor and it works fine but once i exit it, the base point is to the side.

    any idea whats wrong with it?
    Because that is where you placed your basepoint object.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iconeo View Post
    Because that is where you placed your basepoint object.
    Hi Iconeo,

    so how do i fix it? sorry for sounding dumb, i am very new to this

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    Personally, I would add insert points (move grips or points) at the ends and midpoints of the windows and remove the basepoint object altogether.

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