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Object 2D with Library Part Maker

davide
Newcomer
I made a 2d object with Library Part Maker (AC24) I would like to be able to zoom in or out, what do I need to change in the GDL lines of text to be able to do this? thanks
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Laszlo Nagy
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When you say that you "would like to be able to zoom in or out", what do you mean by that?
Do you want your text to be scale-sensitive?
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davide
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I mean the ability to change the size of the 2D object, to be able to resize. thanks.
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Anonymous
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A two-dimensional (2D) object is an object that only has two dimensions, such as a length and a width, and no thickness or height get-vidmateapp.com get-mobdroapk.com

davide
Newcomer
Yes , it's a 2D object (x;y)
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Lingwisyer
Champion
If you open the object and go to the 2D script, you could add the following to the start;

MUL2 A / [original width], B / [original height]



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davide
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thanks. davide
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10.13.6
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Lingwisyer
Champion
davide wrote:
thanks. davide

That is if you want to be able to resize height and width independently. Some extra things are required if you want it to be uniform based on what the user inputs into the height and width.



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