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I am using Blender for architecture. I would like to be able to take an inclined plane (representing a roof, for example) and then place and manipulate simple objects onto it - just as simply as I can play around with them on the z=0 plane.

In a similar way, when I am in this local co-ordinate system (which I realise might not be catered for in Blender) I would like to be able to select top view (for example) and be looking at the plane from the opposite direction to its normal.

Is any of this possible ?

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