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dallasn
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Registered: ‎03-11-2003
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Lining on Eccentric Transitions

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03-11-2003 06:07 AM
I have found that when applying lining to the eccentric transition duct fittings that the display in plan view goes a bit wierd (it offsets to one side), but looks correct in model view. This seems to occur only with this kind of fitting (so far).

Has anyone else had the same experience or found a solution?

Also, has anyone found a way to make a round to square eccentric transition?

Thanks,

Dallas
*[Autodesk], jason martin
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Lining on Eccentric Transitions

03-11-2003 09:02 PM in reply to: dallasn
Hi Dallas -

Yea, that doesn't work very well. I've logged a defect against this problem,
and I'll let you know if anyone comes up with a work around for it.

jason

"dallasn" wrote in message
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> I have found that when applying lining to the eccentric transition duct
fittings that the display in plan view goes a bit wierd (it offsets to one
side), but looks correct in model view. This seems to occur only with this
kind of fitting (so far).
> Has anyone else had the same experience or found a solution?
>
> Also, has anyone found a way to make a round to square eccentric
transition?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Dallas
>
*Ward, Rob
Message 3 of 4 (80 Views)

Lining on Eccentric Transitions

03-11-2003 09:16 PM in reply to: dallasn
I have had the same problem and can't seem to find
a solutions for it.  I think that it might have something to do
with the plan view block of the fitting.

 

-Rob


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
I
have found that when applying lining to the eccentric transition duct fittings
that the display in plan view goes a bit wierd (it offsets to one side), but
looks correct in model view. This seems to occur only with this kind of
fitting (so far).

Has anyone else had the same experience or found a solution?

Also, has anyone found a way to make a round to square eccentric
transition?

Thanks,

Dallas

Active Member
dallasn
Posts: 10
Registered: ‎03-11-2003
Message 4 of 4 (80 Views)

Re: Lining on Eccentric Transitions

03-12-2003 02:50 AM in reply to: dallasn
Hi Jason,

If you could post the procedure for setting multiple colours for MVParts that would be greatly appreciated!!

Thanks,

Dallas

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