undo verticies

Discussion in 'AutoSketch' started by sumor, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. sumor

    sumor Guest

    When drawing a polyline with multiple verticies, can I undo just the last one or two segments created? thank you for help
     
    sumor, Mar 22, 2005
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    Len Rafuse Guest

    It does not appear that you can. you can delete the vertices and then
    start a new line at the point the old line stops.
     
    Len Rafuse, Mar 23, 2005
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    sumor Guest

    Hi Len - thanks so much for your response - I'm real new at this - would you please tell me how then do I delete the vertices so I can start a new line where the old line stops. The only way I know of is to "undo" which takes away everything I've drawn up to that point. Of course I'm trying to avoid designing close to an entire pattern (I'm tracing over patterns that I bring in via scanned jpeg) then having it all undo just because I want to remove the last segment line placed. Hope this makes sense. I really appreciate your willingness to help me. Thank you Suzanne
     
    sumor, Mar 23, 2005
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    Rob2 Guest

    Double click the line, select the vertex you want to delete, and press the
    delete key.

    Rob
     
    Rob2, Mar 24, 2005
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    Rob2 Guest

    Oh - and you can also add vertices. Double click the line, click on the
    line somewhere between two vertices, and drag the line to the position you
    want the new vertex.

    Rob
     
    Rob2, Mar 24, 2005
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    B Pike Guest

    Hi sumor

    While drawing a polyline you can delete the last vertex by pressing the
    delete key, press delete again and the next vertex is removed, and so on
    until the line completely disappears (if that is what you want!).

    Regards

    Barry
     
    B Pike, Mar 24, 2005
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    sumor Guest

    thanks guys - you all really helped me
    - Suzanne
     
    sumor, Mar 24, 2005
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