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Transform rotation line creation
Duplicate and rotate a curve
This command allows you to duplicate and rotate a series of curves.
- Select the target curves you want to duplicate and rotate
- Select a point to use as rotation center.
- Select a reference point for the rotation. The rotation angle will be
determinate based on this point. Alternatively type the angle of rotation in degree
to complete the rotation.
- Select the final point that will determinate the angle of rotation. Alternatively
type the angle of rotation in degree to complete the rotation.
it is possible to type the angle of rotation also on point 2. In this case the rotation
center in automatically picked, and it’s the selection point of the first curve.