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Old   February 7, 2012, 15:28
Default Very simple problem encountered by a begineer
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hello everyone,
I'm new to icem. Here is my problem: when i draw 4 points, put edge between them to create a square, and to create a block. The block come out of the limit of the edges in the right (see picture) what can be the problem. Thanks you in advance

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there must be some geometry entity placed at some other location, since block try to cover the maximum geometric extent.
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