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So, I'm working on this house with oblique walls.

I can't properly make the vertex just move along the Y axys and snap to the lower line, as it snaps along the Y axys but doesn't stop exactly ON the line.

Any easy way of doing this? Since I'll have to do it a lot of times.

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Blender allows you to set a custom orientation for transformations, but, unfortunately, does not provide custom orientations for snap projections.

However, if you enable the Mesh:TinyCAD add-on, (included in 2.78) it will do what you need, and some more.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks man! It really did the trick. Still find it weird that Blender doesn't have a similar function though. $\endgroup$ – Christian Triolo Aug 9 '18 at 19:08

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