The fifth item on the righthand tool tabs.
 Corner cutouts can be defined for all 4 corners of the base elements. By clicking on the corners in the diagram above, you can choose from the available corner types.
 The first step is selecting the type of corner, which has 5 variations.
1.  Normal: No corner cutout.
2.  Chamfered: The corner is cut diagonally with a single cut.
3.  Notched: Two perpendicular cuts are made on the edges.
4.  Curved: The edge transitions smoothly into a curve without a straight break. The radius of the curve can vary in longitudinal and transverse directions, resulting in a regular quarter ellipse.
5.  Concave Curved: Similar to the previous one, but the curve bends inward. The transition is always perpendicular.
 After specifying the type, you need to determine the starting points for the corner cutouts.
There are 6 options:

from the corner,

from the opposite side,
 and measured from 4 different variations of the dividing lines.

from the corner,
 The position of the cutout can be defined with fixed and calculated values both longitudinally and transversely.
 It can also be specified separately whether there should be edge sealing on the cutout, and if so, what type.
Changes must be confirmed with the modify button.
Keywords: #corner cutouts #chamfered #curved base element
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