We have recently released the second preliminary version (Driving Dimensions 0.2) of our free plugin.
- Support of SketchUp 7 (backward compatibility with SketchUp 6)
- Driving distances (between two vertices, two parallel edges, between a vertex and an edge)
- Driving planar angles (between adjacent edges sharing a common face)
- Setting and changing only one circle/arc radius for a cylindrical surface now does not make a conic
- Robustness on large models
You are welcome to use it!
For detailed description, new video and the plugin itself please visit http://www.DrivingDimensions.com
Driving Dimensions Plugin Update
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