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I'm probably missing something here … I'm trying to set up a triangular grid with a tilted up axis, but the settings are inaccessible to me in any way. I'm trying to get a grid that looks like this, where Z axis = Up axis and every axis is tilted by exactly 30°. But all I can produce is this, with the up axis always remaining inaccessible for some reason (the check boxes don't change anything in this regard even if they are checked/unchecked): I also would like to avoid using the Cube Raster Model because I don't need it for my project and I don't always want to switch between the planes. Any tips on how I can achieve what I am looking for are very welcome! Cheers! Dennis Edit: A simple solution would of course be to work on the design in a tilted grid and rotate it at the end. But this is not very intuitive or advantageous because you don't have the actual result in front of your eyes until you rotate it.
Hey! The horizontal triangular grid is not behaving as expected. Attached you find a screenshot how it looks in the Desktop version and how it looks in the iPad version. Also when rotating the canvas in the iPad version it behaves strangely... something seems to be wrong with the third axis. Please correct this as this is my preferred grid. Thanks! Chris
I would like to establish a grid of equilateral triangles with a horizontal base line. When I select View > Grids and Axis Manager... (which resolves to Grids and Snapping Axis) > Grid Type > Triangular, I get the grid I want only rotated by 90º from what I want. When I instead select Grid Type > Horizontal Triangular, I get a horizontal grid of rhombuses (equilateral parallelograms) not equilateral triangles. This would be fine if I could add the missing third axis but I have not been able to discover how to accomplish this. I believe this represents a bug in the Horizontal Triangular function. A perhaps related issue is that when I tick the checkbox for "Show axis editing handles" I am unable to adjust the angle of the axes when I hold down the ⌘ key (as documentation instructs that I should be able to), the result is only to change the grid size, just as if I were not holding down the ⌘ key.