Do anyone have a good explanation of the difference between 2D & 3D distance. I hit the F1 key and read the definition. But maybe it's me or I just not seeing it the way it explains...

Here's my explanation from a line to a circle

2D- goes from circle (centroid) to line (centroid) reference in the workplane.

3D- goes from circle (centroid) straight to line (perpendicular to line) reference into no workplane.

Here's my explanation from a line to a circle

2D- goes from circle (centroid) to line (centroid) reference in the workplane.

3D- goes from circle (centroid) straight to line (perpendicular to line) reference into no workplane.

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