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mario.brecher
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P3D 2014: Catalog Problem with the actuator dimesions

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09-17-2013 05:29 AM

Hi to all!

 

i have a problem with the actuators which are cubic. (sorry for the worse english) see attachment. 

in the properties there are 

ActuatorHeight:

ActuatorWidth:

these 2 ones are taken for the size of the actuator. what is with the other ones on the right side? 

for example: it does not change the size if i set the "H" dimension smaller.

does anyone has the same problem? 

 

thanks for your help! 

Mario

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Re: P3D 2014: Catalog Problem with the actuator dimesions

09-25-2013 02:42 AM in reply to: mario.brecher
no one has this problem?
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SEATEN
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Re: P3D 2014: Catalog Problem with the actuator dimesions

04-01-2014 08:05 AM in reply to: mario.brecher

I have the very same problem. Did you solve it?

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Re: P3D 2014: Catalog Problem with the actuator dimesions

04-01-2014 10:30 PM in reply to: mario.brecher

no i didn't solved it. maybe it changes in the 2015 catalog.

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