HI: In following your webinar one of the examples shows paneling a grid with a circle using Panel Custom 2D.
It shows you changing the grid with and height to make the circle relatively smaller on the grid so that the circles do not touch or overlap.
When I try to do this the option to change width and height do not let me make the circle smaller relative to the grid. The names of the options are different as well.
I'm sure that I'm missing something. But I don't know what.
I just uploaded a Video, so you can watch the options I used
I hope this will help you
I found the video quite informative regarding attractor points and multiple profiles. But my problem is slightly different.
In Rajaa's webinar she shows a situation where she uses panel custom 2d to distrubute some circles inside the grid. They are by default the diameter of the grid panes both in height and width.
She then changes the grid width and height which makes the circles smaller than the grid panes. I cannot duplicate this with the panel custom 2d command.
Has something in the command changed? The option names are not quite the same in the latest version.
Is it possibly because of the history setting?
Can you post the example you put together or email directly to me?
Hi Rajaa. I was just following your video tutorial on paneling trying to follow example by example using the default files that you include with it.
I will check the history setting to see if that's the issue.
I think I've worked it out.
I assume you mean the "record history" setting. It is not set.
I'm following your webinar from florida. The file is cladding_5 and I am using the default surface and a circle exactly as you show. The options for the width and length commands.
My problem was that as I changed the length and width to a number larger than the original circle diameter the circle scaled up to match it. Trying this again today it seems to work as shown.
I have no Idea what the difference between yesterday and today was but now its doing what I expected. Must be the "Magic Reply" syndrome.
thanks again to Jose for his example of using attractors. Very neat.
Glad it worked out.
you're welcome, and sorry for my intervention Rajaa
Last Saturday I was offering a class demo, and I used paneling tools commands.
In fact I didn't find Al Krever in my list but I was supposed he was connected with someone else :)
But it was great that the video help to you Al