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batman8040
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Registered: ‎02-10-2006
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Plotting weird lines using a Solid Hatch in a DWF

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03-01-2006 01:11 PM
when i plot a sheet from a dwf that contains a solid hatch, horizontal lines appear in the hatch. If i plot the same sheet from AutoCAD 2004 there are no problems. When i preview the dwf before printing it just shows a solid hatch, no lines showing. I am thinking there is something going wrong when i publish the drawing, but i do not know what that is. Has anyone else encountered this problem?
*Scott Sheppard [Autodesk]
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Re: Plotting weird lines using a Solid Hatch in a DWF

03-01-2006 02:47 PM in reply to: batman8040
Please email me the drawing. I will convert it to ASCII and see what is
inside.

wrote in message news:5099376@discussion.autodesk.com...
when i plot a sheet from a dwf that contains a solid hatch, horizontal lines
appear in the hatch. If i plot the same sheet from AutoCAD 2004 there are
no problems. When i preview the dwf before printing it just shows a solid
hatch, no lines showing. I am thinking there is something going wrong when
i publish the drawing, but i do not know what that is. Has anyone else
encountered this problem?
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karen.cohen
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Registered: ‎04-03-2012
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Re: Plotting weird lines using a Solid Hatch in a DWF

11-08-2013 05:50 AM in reply to: batman8040

I am having the same problems as poster and would like to know if you came up with solution

I am plotting to a dwf from Civil 2012, in Design Review 2013 dwf looks fine, but prints solid and or dot hatch with lines through solids and unexpected pattern in dots.

 

My coworker prints same exact dwf file using design review 2012 and gets hatches to look fine, but then we are seeing some text problems, (maybe a font problem>)

 

thanks for any help

Karen

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