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|Single message by stuart1600 Topic: Changes in 219b|
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Thank you as always for the promptness of your response.
I'm not sure what I thought you might suggest as the solution to my "problem", but I certainly hadn't expected you to produce an update - well beyond the call of duty, even by your very high standards.
I can understand that if you're using background maps then the ability to rotate those with a plan is really helpful - the law of unintended consequences strikes again
This mini-update is very much appreciated, and does of course solve the issue completely.
I got used to using background shapes for room sizes and obstructions therein at an early stage; and hardly ever used shapes for anything else. Sketchboard is obviously much better for adding detail to a plan, and I had begun to wonder if I ought to have explored that for the room "shapes" as well.... But I guess we all tend to stick with "what we know".
Again, many thanks for your help with this.
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