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How to place rectangular plates at an angle between wedge plates?
So in my winter village layout I would like to place various small builds (like the market stalls from #10235) on a not 90 degree angle. I know you can do something with jumper plates but I would really like to have everything at the same level. With a bit of experimenting I found a couple of not-so-great solutions.
The first one leaves unsightly gaps. (The partly hidden yellow plates are 2 by 3's):
This is a 6x8 plate in a 13x14 square.
Next I came up with this one:
Here I have a tight fit of 7x7 enclosed in a 11x11 square.
A 4x4 plate (with gaps) in a 7x7 square formed by 4 3x3 wedge plates:
A 8x8 plate with too much spaces around it in a 12x12 square.
My question is: do you know solutions for putting rectangular plates at an angle in a larger rectangle? The size nor the angle of the enclosed plate doesn't really matter. There must be someone who figured out the possibilities or 'rules'