Are the 3rd row of values not the same as the second row of values? Are they just to adjust where the blueprint is held?
Why would you ever set the second row of values with a relative blueprint? Is this just a visual thing?
if you only have one blueprint, they makes little difference, except easier to use.
I've tried your method but it made no differenceThink of the second row as how to set the center of rotation, and the third row as how to set the alignment.
Say you have a blueprint that you want to always be aligned with the left side of a city block, but you want to be able to rotate it and have it still be aligned to the left side. So info on how to get a payday loan you will find at directloantransfer.com You have to adjust the second row until the little red flag is in the center of the blueprint, and adjust the third row to align it with the left side of a city block.
Is the grid size the same as for the city block? I forgot to mention that.