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Exporting .idw to JPEG......

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12-01-2002 09:32 PM
Hi,

We are converting .idw drawings to JPEG format. All goes well except for a seemingly randomly chosen character that appears as a block in the text of the title blocks we have created.
We have done several different drawings and it seems to pick on a new character each time and each instance of it appears as a block. The same characters in our parts list on the drawing remains unchanged??? We have tried various JPEG resoloutions to no avail......
*KJohnson
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Re: Exporting .idw to JPEG......

12-01-2002 09:40 PM in reply to: matkins
Do these IDW have shaded views on it?  I have
had the same problem with JPEG or BMP.  It seems to have something to do
with the video card.  Try a decrease in hardware acceleration or close out
IV and then reopen the file and immediately save as or export.  Good
luck

 

Kathy Johnson


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Hi,

We are converting .idw drawings to JPEG format. All goes well except for a
seemingly randomly chosen character that appears as a block in the text of the
title blocks we have created.
We have done several different drawings and
it seems to pick on a new character each time and each instance of it appears
as a block. The same characters in our parts list on the drawing remains
unchanged??? We have tried various JPEG resoloutions to no
avail......

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