Steps are not quite what I did…
Create the curve.
Create the circle away from the curve.
Turn History On.
Use Orient Perp to Crv to place the circle on the curve with Copy Option On.
Go back to the original (non oriented) circle and scale (or edit with points) and the oriented circle jumps off the rail.
Works correctly in Win v5 and with Win v5 file imported into Rhino for Mac.
If I’m not making sense with the steps let me know and I’ll send you a video.
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Hi Phil - checkin’ it, thanks.
So far this works as expected.
- make a simple curve
- make a circle centered on one end.
- History on
- Transform > Orient > Perpendicular to curve.
- I place several copies and edit the path curve- the circles move with it.
- I edit the original circle with Scale2d, and the oriented curves update
- I edit the path curve again and the oriented curves move with…
So, I guess some of that is failing for you, right?