I was asking myself if it was possible to create a command to insert a block more conveniently.
I wanna pick 3 points and they should define the plane the block gets inserted on.
So far I am capeable of this.
But in my eyes it would be very much more convenient if I could see how the position of the block looked like while inserting it. This would be equivalent to the way Orient3Pt works, where it’s super nice to be able to see the result while executing it and being able to correct the action possibly.
So far I think I understood how the Orient3Pt command works.
I guess everytime the position of the cursor get’s changed the view gets redrawn and the position of the cursor is evaulated, right? The plane at the at current position is evaluated and the objects are placed (“physically” in the model) and if this is not okay they get deleted or replaced with the new position chosen.
Is this assumption correct, or is there a better, maybe easier approach?