View Revisions: Issue #5356

Summary 0005356: Moving a clipper point always sets position on one axis back to 0
Revision 11.10.2020 14:34 by Dragofer
Description Orthoview shows only 2 axis at a time. Whenever a clipper point is moved in orthoview, its position on the 3rd axis resets to 0.

For example, everytime a clipper point is moved while in XY orthoview, the point's Z position returns to 0. This makes it almost impossible to use all 3 clipper points for a cut that's not on a plane with one of the 3 axis.
Revision 11.10.2020 14:34 by Dragofer
Description Orthoview shows only 2 axis at a time. Whenever a clipper point is moved in orthoview, its position on the 3rd axis resets to 0.

So everytime a clipper point is moved while in XY orthoview, the point's Z position returns to 0. This makes it almost impossible to use all 3 clipper points for a cut that's not on a plane with one of the 3 axis.
Revision 11.10.2020 14:31 by Dragofer
Description Orthoview shows only 2 axis at a time. Whenever a clipper point is moved in orthoview, its position on the 3rd axis resets to 0.

So everytime a clipper point is moved while in XY orthoview, the point's Z position returns to 0. This makes it almost impossible to use all 3 clipper points for a cut.