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Old   February 21, 2013, 08:15
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Hi,

I want to move a vertex that is not associated with any edge or point. This vertex is located on a circular area (x-y plane). I have the same number of vertices on the upper and lower semicircle. I want to align them in the direction x, for this I use Set Location and no problem. But if I want a vertex of the upper semicircle is at the same distance (y-axis) of the center of the circle to a vertex that is in the lower circumference ... how can i do?. I can use the Measure Distance .. but there is no better way?

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Here there is an example
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align them in x direction, then try giving them same length
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thanks diamondx. I did that. Wondered if there was any automatically. I think it would be interesting an option like this.
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