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Hello liviu petreus,
Thank you for your information!
I've tried fillet in ZWCAD2009i, it work fine by my side, here i made a movie to show. Maybe didn't catch your idea, could you explain it in detail, maybe we can make some improvement with your suggestion!
Looking forward to your reply!
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1)Select the copy button, then select the object(s) to copy then hit return (or right click)
2) Select the base point where to copy from (For example if copying a circle, it would be sensible for the base point to be the centre of the circle)
3)Enter the second point of displacement - this is where the new base point of the copied objects is to be positioned. Note that the base point is not visible, just a co-ordinate in Autocad's drawing system to enable accurate positioning of objects where required.
When quickly copying an object it is quite acceptable to simply pick a rough point to copy and then position an object without specifying co-ordinates, it can then be accurately positioned in the drawing area using the move command.
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