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I try to draw a poly line like in the drawing attached. The goal is to make it with a skript.
But I struggle with the command line to complete the task. Does somebody know, how to make it with the command line commands ?
I can deliver all x and y values, Ri is the inner radius, Ra is the outer radius. Also the start and stop angles can be given.

Thanks for any comments !

RE: Polyline

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RE: Polyline

If your intent is to connect all the point in your sketch with a polyline using a script file then, what I generally do is read in a text file with all the points and then connect them using script. However, the two radii you have shown would then have to be created using the "Arc" command. Otherwise, you'll have to create a bunch new points so that the curves would look like radii.

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