@TJMapper - turning the data set on/off in Display Manger hasn't helped - the last .PDF print is about the worst.
@ro_fr - my machine is Win7 64 w/ 12GB, so the system memory shouldn't be an issue. Also, you are correct about a limit to the number of labels - 2000 (there are blogs/discussion threads about how to increase this default setting from within the system registry). However, this is the first I've had data points as well as portions of labels dissapear. And my data set is only 280 points.
Can someone answer if there is any link between plotting and the graphics card? having a "non-compliant hardware" issue is my last straw as to what's going on beyond an outright "bug"
I was able to export the stylized layer to a .SDF and then Mapimport it to different CAD layers & use dynamic annotation to get a product out the door, but....
Thanks all for your assistance!
I think you have mine confused with another post, but I am still 100% serious about turning off map plot transparency to see if it works.
just a few things which haven't been mentioned but might help:
- plotting to different format such as DWF - same problem?
- are any coordinate systems involved? Multiple coordinate systems?
- rotatet viewport?
Sheer brilliance - it worked
last reply was pre-first cup of coffee
at least using dynamic annotation the lables are where i want them, so not a total waste...
by the way, the same issue with plot transparency was across both paper & pdf prints - didn't try a .dwf, but will next time, after the plot transparency solution.
Thanks for the thoughts.
I'm having similar issues with my line work not showing up on my plotted drawings with SID imagery. I've tried the above steps to try to resolve this as well as plot to PDF. I'm not very well versed in Civil (using 2012) and this is very frustrating. Any suggestions would be helpful.
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