Unfortunately, there aren't any no-plot layers either. Every single layer is
on, unfroze, and set to print (and there are no vp overrides).
Is there any way of exporting the paperspace layouts and the objects of the
file to another file to see if I can get rid of the problem that way?
Unfortunately still no luck so far getting the contours to print.
Copies of the layouts behave just as the original (unselectable/non-printing surface).
I also rechecked the viewport overides - nothing.
I installed the 2008 sp 1, but that doesn't seem to help either.
Any other suggestions? I'd post the file, but it is very large.
If however, I create a new viewport on the existing layouts that don't work, the new viewport will also not work.
Still can see the plines thru the vport, and see the eg contours on the eg surf thru the port, but no plot..??..??
Anybody get this resolved?
Try recover on any XREF in the drawing.
Did you get an error? "Graphics not generated"? Is this a plot preview issue? or actual hard copy?
have you tried plotting to a DWF file?
Are the layers lineweights, named plot styles and/or colors "plottable" ?
Matthew Anderson, PE
while in paperspace, activate your viewport by double clicking in it then at the command promt type vpmax. then restore layout, that solves the problem.
This post is over 2 years old - what version of C3d are they refering to, and which are you refering to? Has this been resoloved in the newer releases? I understand the C3d 2007 had many problems that no longer exist in the versions that most here are now using (10, 11 &12).
I did see that this post was old but unsolved, this problem arose in c3d 2008 and i encountered in c3d2012. I recently upgraded from c3d 2010 to 2012 about two weeks ago. I had created a surface from points and breaklines in 2010 some in January, i then decided to take this project in 2012 and everything seemed great, but everything that the original post encountered I encountered it. One of the greatest things about c3d 2012 is it doesn't crash when working with large surfaces or a multitude of surfaces in one drawing. So c3d 2012 is still the way to go.