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Vandalgyon posted a topic in AutoCAD 2D Drafting, Object Properties & InterfaceOk I hope this is in the right section. Anyways, I'm trying to make a (for lack of a better term) squarish ellipse. I know that sounds odd and the situation is a little subtle so please bear with me. I've tried a few things but they don't work too well, i.e. plines and lofting a rectangle with an ellipse then cutting it two but they just get me arcs that meet at sharp points. The jpg below is meant to show what I'm trying to do. I want to take that one quarter of an ellipse at the intersection and stretch/pull it to the midpoint of the line between the corner of the rectangle and the arc. The ellipse is made out of 4 ellipse arcs. I want to stretch just the arc without moving the ends of it at the quadrants. How might I do this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hello all, Anybody got an idea how to do this in lisp: I want to stretch a boundary (the yellow line) over the X direction (like the red line) and then over the Y direction so you get the green line in the end. The value’s for X and Y can be different. The boundary can contain arcs. The best for me would be if the stretch to all 4 directions can be different. For instance left 1, bottom 0.5, right 1.5 and top 2. Thank you all for your input, ubsure