I’ve been using boxedit to easily/repeatly modify program block sizes as long as they are aligned with the orthogonal grid in Rhino. I now need to position program blocks at non-orthogonal angles and experience that boxedit does not work the same way. It appears to create and reference a new, larger, “orthogonal” box around the now non-orthogonal box. (please see screenshots below of before and after)
Is there a way or an alternative to be able to continue managing the dimensions (length/width/height) of a box that has been rotated off the orthogonal grid? Your guidance is greatly appreciated.