Achse ersetzen nicht aktiv auswählbar

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Feb 02, 2022 Feb 02, 2022

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Hallo, ich möchte die kleine Punkte links in die kreisförmigen Linien rechts einfügen. Die Funktion "Achser ersetzen" ist aber leider nicht auswählbar. Woran liegt das? Danke

 

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Feb 02, 2022 Feb 02, 2022

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21/noname,

 

What happens if you select the circle with the normal (black arrow) Select Tool?

 

And you may wish to cut the circle where you wish the Blend to start/end.

 

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It doesn't work because your black dots are not part of a Live Blend Group.

 

They are already expanded.

 

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Hallo,

wie Kurt bereits gesagt hat, scheinen deine „Punkte-Linien“ keine Angleichungen zu sein. Deshalb ist auch kein Ersetzen der Achse möglich.

 

Allerdings kann man das so nicht zu 100% sagen, da zum Einen die Ebenenpalette (aufgeklappt) im Screenshot auch sichtbar sein sollte. Und zum Anderen hast du eine merkwürdige Art der Auswahl im Screenshot angewendet. Hast du eventuell die Begrenzungsrahmen und/oder andere Menüpunkte zusätzlich noch ausgeblendet?

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Kurt, Hans-Jürgen,

 

It is always better to see what a screenshot actually shows.

 

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Hi Jacob,

of course, you are right.

On the other hand, the circle seems to be already cut in half. And in any case I prefer the additionally displayed Layers Panel. There you can always see which objects are in which hierarchy and how they are structured.

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Hans-Jürgen,

 

As mentioned, unlike you and Kurt I overlooked the expansion of the Blend.

 

I may also have misinterpreted what I did see, namely the selection of the half circle, which I guessed was caused by clicking the leftmost Anchor Point with the Direct Selection Tool and only selecting the two leftmost segments (hence my suggestion of using the normal Selection Tool).

 

Obviously, there would be no doubt about the latter if the expanded Layer had been shown, so I agree with you about its importance.

 

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