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robbp586
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How do i get the line to stay hidden in 3d in autocad 2k9

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03-27-2012 01:50 PM

I have a project i'm working on and was working on in autocad 2k9 in 3d... opened the dwg in autocad arch 2k9 and now all i get is the wire frame. Type hide but that only good temporary once i go back to a command it goes back to wireframe!!

Can someone help me out really don't want to loose two weeks worth of work!!

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Patchy
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Re: How do i get the line to stay hidden in 3d in autocad 2k9

03-27-2012 01:54 PM in reply to: robbp586

Type in SHADEMODE, does it do anything?

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robbp586
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Re: How do i get the line to stay hidden in 3d in autocad 2k9

03-27-2012 02:07 PM in reply to: Patchy

Thanks that worked in 3d hidden is there anything i can do for 2d or 3d wireframe the line type of the edges are a little to bold!!

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Patchy
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Re: How do i get the line to stay hidden in 3d in autocad 2k9

03-27-2012 02:12 PM in reply to: robbp586

Without seeing what it looks like, I guess you can type in LINEWEIGHT, see if the Display Lineweight box is On or OFF.

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BertschChris
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Re: How do i get the line to stay hidden in 3d in autocad 2k9

04-16-2012 06:19 PM in reply to: robbp586

Check your current visual styl(VISUALSTYLES OR VS in the command line)e, might be set to wireframe.

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