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Originally Posted by Allister
Then you must have done something different to the instructions in your original post. The syntax of the '@' string is @length<angle or @x-coord,y-coord(,z-coord). Always.

Also, you don't have to turn off all your snaps for one command. Hold the shift key, and click the right mouse button and you can temporarily override the osnap settings.

But what would I know. I've only been using it for fifteen years or so.
when i do the hold shift key and click right mouse button to override osnap settings, does that also override tangent? Because i think I need the tangent one on.
I think what he did was do a @random length here<76 degrees.
Because we are not given the actual length there, you get the final length from a chamfer. Im gonna photocopy the diagrams tommorow to bring home so i can work on it, i will upload a pic here
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