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*Kolberg, Matt
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Express Viewer and Wipeouts

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07-09-2003 05:33 AM
I'm having trouble with a few files in AutoCAD 2004. I'm publishing a DWF
of a file with a couple of wipeouts in it. Trouble is, the wipeouts aren't
wiping out. I can start a new file with some lines and text, then textmask
the text, then make a DWF and all is well. On the file in question, the
text has been "masked", yet the linework shows through the wipeout. Can
anyone help? The DWG and DWF have been sent to the Customer Files area.

Matt Kolberg
*Peach, Tony
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Re: Express Viewer and Wipeouts

07-24-2003 06:49 AM in reply to: *Kolberg, Matt
There is a know bug in this area that is being addressed. I don't believe
that there is a work around at this point, but I will check around.

Tony

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"Matt Kolberg" wrote in message
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> I'm having trouble with a few files in AutoCAD 2004. I'm publishing a DWF
> of a file with a couple of wipeouts in it. Trouble is, the wipeouts
aren't
> wiping out. I can start a new file with some lines and text, then
textmask
> the text, then make a DWF and all is well. On the file in question, the
> text has been "masked", yet the linework shows through the wipeout. Can
> anyone help? The DWG and DWF have been sent to the Customer Files area.
>
> Matt Kolberg
>
>

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