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  • // Parallelism in two different views

    I know I've done this in the past, but rarely use it. Is there a way of looking at parallelism of two planes from two different views? When I enter .$YZ, .$ZX, or nothing at all in the direction box, i get the same exact result.? Maybe that's what I should be getting?

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    I don't know about qQuindos, but if you can extract coordinates in an excel sheet, you shoud be able changing Y values to zero, to calculate "X" parallelism, and the same on X to calculate Y. (In both cases, MaxZ - MinZ should give the parallelism).
    Like this, you could check Quindos values...

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