Zumen, I’m glad it worked for you. I’m no expert, but I have learned that there is almost always a fairly “easy” way to do pretty much anything you want to do – although it is often a little bit different from other CAD systems on the market. Usually, different in a good way, at least in my opinion.
I’m strictly a hobbyist, but I’ve dabbled with probably 8 or 10 CAD systems (including SketchUp and Fusion360) over the years. Shapr3D’s Direct Modeling method required a bit of a different mindset for me, but it is definitely worth it. For me at least, Shapr3D’s way of doing things is almost always easier, more intuitive, and easier to remember – at least it is after you have learned how to do it the Shapr3D way.
I suggest searching for some of the many excellent Shapr3D tutorials on YouTube. It will be time well spent. I personally recommend the ones by “Wayne State University Industrial Design Professor and Autodesk Expert Elite educator Claas Kuhnen”. He does a great job of explaining how to do things efficiently and provides dozens of tips on how to do seemingly difficult things very easily and accurately.