DistanceFrom Problem

Last month, Tsung-Yuan Liu reported that he was getting inconsistent results with DistanceFrom. DistanceFrom A->B was not the same as DistanceFrom B->A. If you create two identical squares seperated by a gap, DistanceFrom A->B = DistanceFrom B->A = the value of the gap If you change one of the squares to a rectangle by reducing the hieght and maintain the gap, as long as the tops or the bottoms are aligned, the above relationship still holds. Maintaining the gap, move the smaller rectangle (shape A), so that it’s top is below the top of the larger shape (shape B) and … Continue reading DistanceFrom Problem