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Is there a ruler option so I know how far a certain object is from the wall, or other objects? I cannot seem to find it.

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Is there a ruler option so I know how far a certain object is from the wall, or other objects? I cannot seem to find it.

Thanks

 

 

Yes, I would also like to know this

 

Currently, there is no way to find the distance between two objects. Room Planner 4.0, which is set to release very soon will have a Dimension tool that the user can use to dimension walls, objects, space between two items, etc. More information on 4.0 and the beta version that is currently in progress can be found within the following link: https://roomtalk.chiefarchitect.com/index.php?/topic/181-room-planner-40-beta-available-for-ios-and-android/

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