i tried this on Autocad 2013 , and looked in Help and tried copy past the command below, and get nothing.
*doug k wrote: type this exactly:
(setenv "MaxHatch" "10000")
wrote in message news:email@example.com... > Yes I have. As per the Help info I have tried many different ways to do > the following: > >>>>>If you create a very dense hatch, AutoCAD may reject the hatch and >>>>>display a message indicating that the hatch scale is too small or its >>>>>dash length too short. You can change the maximum number of hatch lines >>>>>by setting the MaxHatch system registry variable using (setenv MaxHatch >>>>>n) where n is a number between 100 and 10000000 (ten million). > > Note When changing the value of MaxHatch, you must enter MaxHatch with > the capitalization as shown.<<<<<< > > But every attempt gets a "Unknown command" Is there something I'm missing > here? I have been using AutoCAD since 1988 and never heard of or used > MaxHatch > > It also says "You can change the maximum number of hatch lines by setting > the MaxHatch system registry variable using SETENV." Setenv, again gets a > "Unknown command" > > Message was edited by: emcgroup