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Arcs not parallel to UCS

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04-27-2005 12:35 PM
Hello,

Often times when I am trying to join arcs to a polyline with pedit, I get an error stating "1 was not parallel to the UCS"

The start, center, and end Z coordinates for the line area all zero, and the polyline is at elevation zero.

Anyone know what is going on here?

Thanks,
Brent McAnney
*Terry W. Dotson
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Re: Arcs not parallel to UCS

04-27-2005 01:28 PM in reply to: BMcAnney
bmcanney wrote:

> The start, center, and end Z coordinates for the line area all zero,
> and the polyline is at elevation zero.

When you list the object, do you see a line "Extrusion Direction ..."?

If this is a one time shot, zip and email me "dotson [at] dotsoft.com"
the drawing and I'll fix it with ToolPac's UCS Fix Parallel tool.

Terry
*Don Reichle
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Re: Arcs not parallel to UCS

04-27-2005 04:59 PM in reply to: BMcAnney
Hey BMCanney;

I wasn't about to write "Hey BM".

Can you see the UCS Icon in the lower left corner?

If not, use UCSICON command, type A (for All), enter, and ON, enter.

Now does it look like the normal World UCS Icon?

HTH

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"Terry W. Dotson" wrote in message
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bmcanney wrote:

> The start, center, and end Z coordinates for the line area all zero,
> and the polyline is at elevation zero.

When you list the object, do you see a line "Extrusion Direction ..."?

If this is a one time shot, zip and email me "dotson [at] dotsoft.com"
the drawing and I'll fix it with ToolPac's UCS Fix Parallel tool.

Terry

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