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AutoCAD is used for designing things like buildings, bridges, pipes, signs, and much more.

Wiggle is a feature in AutoCAD that allows you to draw or make measurements and edit them.

I know that i have to draw the cap
 wiggle it a bit to get the exact angle.. is there a way to get it done in a viewport? and draw it from there? how do i do that?


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Like this: Like Loading…The present invention generally relates to light beams and more particularly, to light beams for forming illumination patterns on a photoreceptor.
To improve the performance of a printing system, it is important to have the ability to vary the illumination pattern used to form the image. For example, a printing system with an optical printing head that is capable of printing at resolutions of 600 dots per inch (dpi) or greater generally requires a light source having light beams of equal intensity to print 600 dpi. Further, a printer with a 600 dpi head may have enough pixels to print 600 dpi. However, many paper paths today are capable of printing only 200 dpi. Thus, a 600 dpi printing system having a 200 dpi head requires a light source that has light beams with different intensities to print 600 dpi or 200 dpi. Therefore, it is important to be able to easily change the illumination pattern of the light source for use with a 600 dpi printing system having a 200 dpi head.
Conventionally, an illumination system for a printing system is designed so that the illumination pattern can be varied by changing the amount of light produced by a single light source, such as a laser. To accomplish this, the illumination system may include a separate beam splitter, spatial light modulator and an optical assembly that combines the modulated light from the spatial light modulator with the light beams from the beam splitter. However, using a separate beam splitter, spatial light modulator and optical assembly to change the illumination pattern of a printing system can be complicated and expensive.
In addition, depending upon the particular shape of the illumination pattern, a simple beam splitter may not be capable of providing the desired illumination pattern. For example, when a beam splitter is used to generate a rectangular illumination

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From version 1, AutoCAD had support for the Macintosh, and it was the original Windows version of the drawing program. Its development continued in the 1990s with support for Mac OS 8.5 and later operating systems; however, it never gained the market share and user base that it had with Windows in the 1990s. AutoCAD for Macintosh was never an upgrade from the original version, but instead a separate product that was later discontinued.

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AutoCAD 2006 for OpenVMS v.4, v.5, v.6, v.7 and v.8.

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AutoCAD 2015 for HP-UX

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AutoCAD 2000 for IFS v.1, v.2, v.3, v.4 and v.5.

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AutoCAD 2007 for IFS 5 and v.6.

AutoCAD 2010
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Sidewalk Markup, the most used high-precision line drawing command, now automatically integrates with drawing tools to save time and effort. As you add lines, check that your lines are accurate and relevant to your design. Automatically check the result of your drawing with integrated on-screen testing and visual feedback.

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Create guidelines using existing objects as a guide or attach guidelines to objects you design to define their position on a drawing.

Using guides, position and layer objects on your drawing to automatically position them for precision and consistency.

Modify an existing guide using a line drawing tool or the precision snap feature.

Create new guides using the Line, Polyline, Arc, and Spline tools.

Replace an existing guide with a new one or merge two guides into a new guide.

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Create a wide variety of guides with free-form editing.

Guides remain visible on screen, even when hidden.

Toggle guides on and off on an object to see their effect.

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Guides are tracked along with an object and are automatically extended to the endpoint of the objects they display.

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OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Core i5-2500
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 460
DirectX: Version 11
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Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 560
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