|Emplacement du menu
|Robot → Edge to trajectory
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Insert a new object which decompose edges to a trajectory.
- You may select edges of shapes/solids
- Click on or choose Robot → Edge to Trajectory... from the top menu.
- A menu will pop up on the left side
In the top white box there will be displayed the name of the shape/solid present in the scene.
By selecting edges they will appear with their name in the lowest white box.
By clicking on Apply The entries "Edges" and "Cluster" will turn green and the numbers beside them will show how many elements were recognized.
By clicking on OK you will close this dialog.
You are able to change values for this trajectory by defining a dress-up-object.
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