So, I want to figure out how to set the global width for polylines back to 0 as a default.
I have a secondary problem, caused by the first one that maybe you might be able to help with too? I'd be so appreciative. I drew several lines, instead of polylines, because I couldn't see what I was tracing. But, I really need those lines to be joined into polylines. Is there a way to join them together and turn them into a polyline?
> place your first data point
> then type W
> then set the default width to 0
> all future polylines will now use 0
or do it the easy way and set PLINEWID to 0
- I have a problem with the global width of a polyline. At first, when I set global width, the polyline became with the width I wanted it to be, but a day after when I opened my .dwg, the width itself was gone - there were only the contours of the polyline with the global width, but the polyline wasn't thick, it was empty. How can I fix this problem? I want to see the polyline with its global width the normal way.. Here is a screenshot of the situation..
Is your FILLMODE set to 1?
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Hi! I don´t know how to make the polylines to appear fill. I paste an image of what I´m saying... Miy fillmode is in 1.
Could anybody help me?
If I'm not wrong, I think I handled the problem with deleting unnessessary things in the drawing. The .dwg file was too heavy and because of that, the global width has gone, and there were only the contours of it. If you haven't anything to delete, try with PURGE command and then PURGE ALL. I hope this can help you!