From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 9 May 2011  (1 of 11)
 When you draw an helper line you have Middle, End and the "opposite" End. What not also the "opposite" Middle?

 From: Rudl 9 May 2011  (2 of 11)
 Hi Pilou, you can part the help line with 2, then you have the middle on the other side ( Div -1/2 )and all parts along a endless line. Rudl

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 9 May 2011  (3 of 11)
 4252.3 In reply to 4252.2 of course yes but it's not direct like the end ;) --- Pilou Is beautiful that please without concept! My Gallery

 From: Michael Gibson 9 May 2011  (4 of 11)
 4252.4 In reply to 4252.1 Hi Pilou, > What not also the "opposite" Middle? It's just not generally used very frequently like the reflected ends. Having too many snap points automatically pop up can actually have some problems where the screen can get kind of filled up with snap points and can make it more difficult to place a point that is not at snap. So it's not automatically true that more snap points = better in every kind of case. You can create a second construction line overlapping the first one between one end and the mid point to get that kind of point that you want. Also if you want you can get a complete sequence of repeated snap points on a construction line by opening up the little menu (press and hold the mouse on it for a moment) and using the "Division snap" control: - Michael Attachments:

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 9 May 2011  (5 of 11)
 4252.5 In reply to 4252.4 Yes it's that i have found but thinking that "middle" was an omission ;) Division Snap gives many more snaps than just a "middle" ;)

 From: Michael Gibson 9 May 2011  (6 of 11)
 4252.6 In reply to 4252.5 Hi Pilou, > Yes it's that i have found but thinking that > "middle" was an omission ;) It's normal for something to be omitted when it is not frequently used but still pretty easy to accomplish. This case that you're talking about falls exactly into that category - you can get the point you want in about 1 second by creating a second construction line over top of the first one, between the first one's end and middle. - Michael

 From: Frenchy Pilou (PILOU) 9 May 2011  (7 of 11)
 4252.7 In reply to 4252.6 < between the first one's end and middle Yes but in this case for a "middle" that add 3 new snap points against only one with a direct method! ;) So some difficulties to choose the good one in case of complex small aera :) If don't using it immediatly the snap and draw other helpes for any reasons! EDITED: 9 May 2011 by PILOU

 From: Michael Gibson 9 May 2011  (8 of 11)
 4252.8 In reply to 4252.7 Hi Pilou, > So some difficulties to choose the good one in case of complex small aera :) Yes, that's pretty much why the default is to not create so many snap points in the first place, such as only making reflected end points and not reflected mid points. But the solution to the difficulty that you're talking about with having a complex small area is to zoom in so that you can more easily see the different points and make it not a small area anymore. When you find yourself running into difficulties telling points from one another, you should zoom in - try to get in a habit of doing this sooner rather than later - I mean right at the moment that it seems that you're having some difficulty zoom in there rather than wasting too much time continuing to struggle with it at the current view. - Michael