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February 09, 2009

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Murray Clack

Here's a trick I hope people find useful... As you may or may not know, you cannot create a Wipeout using a Circle entity. However, you can create a Wipeout using a PLine. So, my trick is to enter the POLYGON command, and when prompted for a number of sides, I will usually say "36" (a 36 sided polygon is just "smooth" enough to look like a circle). I will then use the WIPEOUT command and use the option to select a closed pline, and then I simply select my polygon "circle".

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