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    #1

    pick as a name?

    Hi,

    I would like to know if makes any sense making use of "pick" as a name here?

    Second, What does "global clipped lenght" mean?


    Pnt-Vector Line: Adds a new Line graphical element to the selected ends’ template. Three hard point picks are required, a line is drawn through the first point whose direction is set by the vector defined by the second and third picks, points need not be on the same part. The first and second picks can be the same point. The line is drawn to a global clipped length.

    P.S. What you are seeing above is a part of an application guidlines.
    Last edited by Sepmre; 03-Oct-2015 at 11:58.

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    #2

    Re: pick as a name?

    A pick is a choice. I think you need to pick three points.

    "first point whose direction"

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    Re: pick as a name?

    I'm surprised It is supposed to be free of any grammatical errors as it's provided by a great british car company.

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    Re: pick as a name?

    Don't be surprised. No one's perfect, not even British car companies.

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    Re: pick as a name?

    You can name the car company without fear of prosecution or persecution. They might even welcome the free publicity.

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