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How do I find the exact meeting point of 2 lines? I'd like to locate this place, and add a vertex on it. Preferably no python.

Here are some examples that the solution will need to solve for:

  1. Tracing down 2 lines
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  2. Tracing up one, down another
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  3. Tracing to a line
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here is a

for testing.

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marked as duplicate by user7952, GiantCowFilms, VRM, Ray Mairlot, iKlsR Jan 25 '15 at 1:48

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  • $\begingroup$ @SixthOfFour I looked so hard... why do I miss these things so often! $\endgroup$ – GiantCowFilms Jan 25 '15 at 1:00
  • $\begingroup$ I miss them too. But that specific question was the one that brought me here in the first place, so my memory of it was still clear. $\endgroup$ – user7952 Jan 25 '15 at 1:03

This works 100% with perpendiculars, still trying to find a method for non-perpendiculars.

  • Enable edge snapping.

  • turn the transform orientation to normal.

  • make the pivot point median points.

  • use the transform (should be Z) handles to drag the point to the edge.



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