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a resizable window, while keeping the frames the same size and anchored to the edges of the glass plane

I can nest the frame object under the glass object, but then when I scale the glass, it scales the frames which is undesired
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never mind, archimesh has everything I need

but still out of curiosity, could it be done with just constraints?
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well could it?!

this is basically what I wanted
something flexible like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4yT4_JUVfg

can it be done with just constraints?
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do none of you cunts know?!
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>>614343
If I got this clear. You want to scale the window pane and the inside of the frame adjusts with it.
You might be able to use Emptys.
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>is there a way to use blender constraints
Not really since they're broken and useless like the rest of Blender.
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>>614627
ah yes, that would work, then the frame can scale independently, cheers for the idea




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