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Thread: Is it possible to created 1D snap "point's" in families?

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    Is it possible to created 1D snap "point's" in families?

    I've been starting to make more and more families for work, and have just been making due with snap planes.

    I have downloaded the occasional family from various manufacturers, and sometimes there will be a 1-dimensional point, in the center of the family, that can be used to snap a dimension measurement to, from any angle.

    For the life of me, I can't figure out how to create my own version of this single-point snap location.

    Any suggestions or insights would be greatly appreciated.

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    I think connectors behave this way. Not sure what else it might be.

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    hmmm, thanks for the suggestion, I hadn't considered that before. I'll check into that as a possibility once I'm back in the office on Monday.

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