Re: [chief-users] Re: merging stairs
I am amazed that the stairs merge when the ends are not aligned, do they
merge at the "straight line" or the offset one? and does the curved section
try to keep on curving on?
Hey, I guess the important thing is that you got it to work and are happy
with the results.
We sure learn new things about Chief every day through this forum which
never appear in the textbooks.
My son has lived in Sydney for 4 years (Edgecliff) and I reside in
beautiful, sunny, smog-free Perth.
Hope you are feeling better
From: Peter & Lenita Brown <petenlen@...>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Wednesday, 1 November 2000 9:22
Subject: Re: [chief-users] Re: merging stairs
>Thanks for your help - my mistake seems to have been that I made the edge
>the curved stair parallel with the straight - when I left is slightly 'out'
>everything worked as it should have. Strange!?
>Is your son Todd here on holiday or living in Sydney? What part of the
>world do you hale from? Who knows - maybe we will catch up with him one
The stairs merged at the straight line - more or less! In this case, near
enough was good enough for me! I have to "get the job done"! The tread
looks close enough to parallel! So far, everything is now behaving as it
Am not feeling 100%, but much better than before. Thanks for asking!
Perth is a beautiful city - would love to live there. The climate is great,
and the prices much cheaper than here in Sydney for housing - just too far
away from 'the rest of the world'!
Peter's sister and family live near Wave Rock - they own a sheep/wheat
property on the edge of the wheatbelt - real 'heartbreak stuff' - hard work
with few rewards. Don't know how the 'cockies' cope sometimes!
Am finishing up for the night!