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SketchUp: How to Get Rid of Marks at End Points

Hi all. I've been using SketchUp to edit models. And I've come across a model where there are marks at the end of each end point. I attached a screen shot below. I've tried changing all of the options under View -> Edge Styles (Edges, Back Edges, Profiles, Depth Que, and Extension). But none of the options gets rid of those marks. I'm out of ideas. Could anyone help me out? Thanks.

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Dak
Sat, 24 Jun 2017 15:58:13 -0700

Ok. Figured it out. It's in "Windows" -> "Styles". Under the "Edit" tab, disable "Extension" and "Endpoints".

Dak
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 23:50:33 -0700

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