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Yelow dot (by Jaroslav Kopal)
Why does the yellow dot only appear to me there? What does it actually mean? An example is in the appendix. Thanks for your answer.
Sat Dec 18 2021, 09:21:53, download attachment Zlute_puntiky1.slvs
(no subject) (by Tom)
Can you post a screenshot? Not sure what dot you mean.
Sun Dec 19 2021, 11:36:47
(no subject) (by Jaroslav Kopal)
Screenshot in appendix.
Sun Dec 19 2021, 14:00:08, download attachment Screenshot from 2021-12-19 19-47-14.png
(no subject) (by Jaroslav Kopal)
I would take it as points that are not currently visible .. But why are the yellow dots just somewhere? Why isn't the point I placed in the appendix inside the block or the ones on the corners of the block - vertices
Sun Dec 19 2021, 14:30:14, download attachment Screenshot from 2021-12-19 19-47-14.png
(no subject) (by Paul)
Are they points on the back of your extrusion? Do they move with it as you rotate it?
Sun Dec 19 2021, 15:08:32
(no subject) (by Jaroslav Kopal)
They move, but it's not what you say.
Sun Dec 19 2021, 17:59:41
(no subject) (by app4soft)
> Why does the yellow dot only appear to me there?

As I see, according your screenshot, You customized `s006-#def-constraint` style color to "yellow", so what you marked is just "pts-coincident" constraint shown from points on back side.

Try reset colors via Property "Browser > line styles > reset to defaults" (by deault it shown in "purple").

Probably, there no any issues.

I may just recommend learn more about line styles settings & how it applied to various constraints types and entities.

Enjoy! https://git.io/DailySolveSpace
Wed Dec 22 2021, 18:02:01
(no subject) (by Jaroslav Kopal)
I clarified the matter. This is described in the article Mystery Clarified. Thanks.
Thu Dec 23 2021, 14:11:36
(no subject) (by Jaroslav Kopal)
I have Linux version 3.0 and it's not purple, it's yellow!
Fri Dec 24 2021, 20:31:02
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