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    Default wow, first SU post for me

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    ok, i have had a play around this morning with SU and have come up with a little image. i have to set up the standard framelock beams and posts as "components" and have started to do so.

    this is what i have so far.



    how can i get rid of or reduce the segmenting of curved items??

    thanks

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    Nice start. To get a smoother circle (arc) you need to set the segments prior to drawing the circle.
    Actually you can change it after drawing the circle but once you have push/pulled you cannot.
    So it is a good rule of thumb to always set your segments first.

    When you click on the circle tool (or arc) you will see a number in the VCB (Value Control Box).
    Just type the number you want (don't click in the VCB window).
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    ahhh, nice, thanks for that.


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    works a treat.


    awesome.

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