By Lisa Kleypas, Lynsay Sands, Leigh Greenwood
This trio of historic vacation romances, full of heat, pleasure, and love, good points Lisa Keypas's "I Will," within which a Georgian bluestocking will get the current of a life-time while a rakish noble asks for her hand in marriage. Original.
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When you want the Line tool to stop drawing lines, press Esc to “snip” the line at the last spot you clicked. 35 36 Part I: Getting Started with SketchUp Turning off “rubber-banding” lines Depending on what you’re making, and on how you work, you might want to turn the Line tool’s rubber-banding behavior off. To do so, follow these steps: 2. Choose the Drawing panel from the list on the left in the Preferences dialog box. 3. Deselect the Continue Line Drawing check box. 1. Choose Window➪Preferences (SketchUp➪ Preferences on the Mac).
You can’t stop SketchUp from creating faces, but you can erase them if you want. If a face you don’t want ends up getting created, just rightclick it and choose Erase from the context menu. That face will be deleted, but the edges that defined it will remain. ) Figure 2-6: SketchUp automatically makes a face whenever you create a closed loop of coplanar edges. Figure 2-7: You can delete a face without deleting the edges that define it. 25 26 Part I: Getting Started with SketchUp ߜ If you delete one of the edges that defines a face, that face will be deleted, too.
Giving instructions with the drawing axes Color Plate 1 is a shot of the SketchUp modeling window, right after you create a new file. See the three colored lines that cross in the lower-left corner of the screen? These are the drawing axes, and they’re the key to understanding how SketchUp works. Simply put, you use SketchUp’s drawing axes to figure out where you are (and where you want to go) in 3D space. ” Take a look at Color Plate 2. ” I’m sure that the line I’m drawing is parallel to the red axis because it turns red to let me know.
A Historical Christmas Present (Capital Theatre, Book 2.5) by Lisa Kleypas, Lynsay Sands, Leigh Greenwood