Problem when trying to reflect list of lines in circle (inversion)

cfleitas shared this question 2 years ago
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When I try to invert a list of lines in a circle I get an error message (GG version 5.0.318.0-3D). See attached file.


With an older version (5.0.311.0-3D) there was no problem and I could make a more complicated file which involved inverting lists of circles an lists of lines without any problema working local.

But when I tried to upload the file y got also an error message (something similar to: problem with 'reflect(listOfLines, circle)') and I was not able to upload that file.

Comments (5)

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Hi, a workaround :

  1. Zip[Reflect[Line[C, p], c], p, puntos]

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Thanks, fixed for next release!

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Thanks!

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Today, with version 5.0.320.0-3D (Linux 64 bit) I am still having problems when I try to invert a list of lines (with lists of circles it works without problems).


With lists of lines depending on the way lists are generated things work different:

If I do:

  1. define some lines clicking each time on two positions,
  2. define a list which has this lines as elements
  3. Reflect this list in a circle

I can invert list of lines without problems.


But if I define my list of lines using Sequence command (Sequence[y - y(K) = tan(a) (x - x(K)), a, 0°, 160°, 20°] where K is an existing point) or if I use Zip command, then when I try to invert the list I get an error message ('Sorry something went wrong ...')


Thanks

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Now with version 5.0.321.0-3D everything works fine!

Thanks!

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