I’m new to Rhino (I’ve used 3DS Max and Maya before). Maybe someone would be kind enough to walk me through this. It’s probably just what I’m used to in other 3D programs and perhaps the thinking is perhaps different here.
- I only have grid snap on.
- I relocate Gumball to some location on my
- I’m expecting when I use grid snap for my object to snap
based the center of Gumball to the nearest grid location.
- Instead it snaps the selection over one grid unit over (see the attached image).
It’s fairly easy to get around using OSnaps. Is there a way to change this default behavior or should I just get used to it and stop thinking like I’m using Maya.
Supposing I set ‘Control Points On’ and I select a group of points.
a) How can I move them using the Gumball tool to collapse onto a grid line?
b) Is there a way of toggling this behavior of the Gumball tool (i.e. keeping the sub-component spacing)?