Help! My fillmode had suddenly switched to "0" on me while working on a set of drawings. I changed it to "1", but it seems it's switching back to "0" every time I go to another drawing. Is there another setting that has just bugged out on me that I need to be changing?
Thanks in advance.
Cannot reproduce this in my Autocad Electrical. Try to reboot your machine and restart your Autocad Electrical.
Software Qaulity Assurance Engineer
That didn't do it. I do have a question though: it seems that the fillmode setting sets to 0 on this set of drawings I'm working on. Is there a setting per project I need to set so that they all will be set to 1? Or if I set it to 1 once, the setting should stay 1 on all the drawings I'm working on; in which case there's an issue with this setting in my Autocad program.
The affect of variable fillmode is drawing wide, there is no setting per project if you set so that they all will be set back to 1 i think. The function of this variable is "Specifies whether hatches and fills, 2D solids, and wide polylines are filled in"
value: 0 objects are not filled
1 objects are filled
Is this issue affect your work ?
SQA Engineer, Autodesk, Inc
This is affecting my work in that I have to keep changing the setting with every drawing I open in this project. As I said before, this isn't happening with all of my projects' drawings, just this projects' set of drawings.
So we can say this is project/drawings specific issue. Can you use the command line debugger and log file as the below instrunction and send them to Hongyuan.Li@autodesk.com to help to diagnose this issue ?
You can use these instructions for the command line debugger and log file.
I can reproduce your issue and have reported to development team for investigating and fixing. the problem is changing a system variable does not register that a save is needed. Anyway there is a workaround for this: when you reset the fillmode value, please QSAVE it, then navigate to the next drawing.
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