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== Add height ==
 
Elevated curve section: #4- '''to do:''' Experimenting with the arch properties "add height" showed the value 16 is the distance between each block's floor-lines. (Because the value is -16, each block will be -16 on z axis from the previous block. a larger value (-17, -18 ect) = a larger difference between height and if > the block's physical height (z axis thickness) there will be gaps between each block.--[[User:Kmn483|Kmn483]] ([[User talk:Kmn483|talk]]) 12:12, 8 April 2015 (UTC)
 
Elevated curve section: #4- '''to do:''' Experimenting with the arch properties "add height" showed the value 16 is the distance between each block's floor-lines. (Because the value is -16, each block will be -16 on z axis from the previous block. a larger value (-17, -18 ect) = a larger difference between height and if > the block's physical height (z axis thickness) there will be gaps between each block.--[[User:Kmn483|Kmn483]] ([[User talk:Kmn483|talk]]) 12:12, 8 April 2015 (UTC)
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:Makes sense. Thanks for the info! —[[User:Mattshu|Mattshu]] 16:29, 8 June 2015 (UTC)

Latest revision as of 16:29, 8 June 2015

Add height

Elevated curve section: #4- to do: Experimenting with the arch properties "add height" showed the value 16 is the distance between each block's floor-lines. (Because the value is -16, each block will be -16 on z axis from the previous block. a larger value (-17, -18 ect) = a larger difference between height and if > the block's physical height (z axis thickness) there will be gaps between each block.--Kmn483 (talk) 12:12, 8 April 2015 (UTC)

Makes sense. Thanks for the info! —Mattshu 16:29, 8 June 2015 (UTC)