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Problem with TT fonts in Network AutoCAD 2002

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10-08-2002 11:28 PM
I have drawings that use True Type fonts, Arial actually. For some reason, my Network version of AutoCAD 2002 prints these pieces of text even when outside my Plot tab viewport (obviously these texts are in my model space). Oddly, everything else prints fine. Oddly (again), this didn't happen when I was using my old stand-alone version of 2k2, but only occurs now that I've "upgraded" to the Network version. There's one person in my office that still has stand-alone 2k2, and this doesn't occur on his computer. It does occur on all the Network version machines.

Any ideas? It does NOT occur if an .shx style is used, just a TT style.

Thanks.

Steve
*Jussi
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Re: Problem with TT fonts in Network AutoCAD 2002

10-14-2002 10:20 PM in reply to: stevetatro
it's a long time problem with acad they just can't
fix.

check plotter drivers versions, it might have
something to do with. there should not be any difference wheter acad is
stand-alone or network version.

 

jussi

 


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I have drawings that use True
Type fonts, Arial actually. For some reason, my Network version of AutoCAD
2002 prints these pieces of text even when outside my Plot tab viewport
(obviously these texts are in my model space). Oddly, everything else prints
fine. Oddly (again), this didn't happen when I was using my old stand-alone
version of 2k2, but only occurs now that I've "upgraded" to the Network
version. There's one person in my office that still has stand-alone 2k2, and
this doesn't occur on his computer. It does occur on all the Network version
machines.

Any ideas? It does NOT occur if an .shx style is used, just a TT style.

Thanks.

Steve

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