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*GPaolo
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Problem when insert an rotated dimensio

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05-24-2006 08:53 AM
I don't understand why i insert a rotateddimension and after i see a
aligneddimension.
Some ideas?

Thank's
GPaolo

Dim DimObj As New AcDb.RotatedDimension




DimObj.TextPosition = New AcGe.Point3d(P5(0), P5(1), P5(2))


DimObj.XLine1Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p1(0), p1(1), p1(2))

DimObj.XLine2Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p2(0), p2(1), p2(2))

DimObj.DimLinePoint = DimObj.TextPosition

Return HmDotNet.HmTool.hmInsEnt(DimObj)
*Tony Tanzillo
Message 2 of 4 (79 Views)

Re: Problem when insert an rotated dimensio

05-24-2006 08:57 AM in reply to: *GPaolo
It's a bug. The default constructor for RotatedDimension
creates an AlignedDimension object.

To work around it, don't use the default constructor.
Instead, use the one that takes parameters.

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"GPaolo" wrote in message news:5184850@discussion.autodesk.com...
I don't understand why i insert a rotateddimension and after i see a
aligneddimension.
Some ideas?

Thank's
GPaolo

Dim DimObj As New AcDb.RotatedDimension




DimObj.TextPosition = New AcGe.Point3d(P5(0), P5(1), P5(2))


DimObj.XLine1Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p1(0), p1(1), p1(2))

DimObj.XLine2Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p2(0), p2(1), p2(2))

DimObj.DimLinePoint = DimObj.TextPosition

Return HmDotNet.HmTool.hmInsEnt(DimObj)
*GPaolo
Message 3 of 4 (79 Views)

Re: Problem when insert an rotated dimensio

05-24-2006 10:43 PM in reply to: *GPaolo
what do you mean?
an example,please?
Many thank's
Gpaolo

"Tony Tanzillo" ha scritto nel messaggio
news:5184843@discussion.autodesk.com...
It's a bug. The default constructor for RotatedDimension
creates an AlignedDimension object.

To work around it, don't use the default constructor.
Instead, use the one that takes parameters.

--
http://www.caddzone.com

AcadXTabs: MDI Document Tabs for AutoCAD 2004/2005/2006/2007
http://www.acadxtabs.com

"GPaolo" wrote in message
news:5184850@discussion.autodesk.com...
I don't understand why i insert a rotateddimension and after i see a
aligneddimension.
Some ideas?

Thank's
GPaolo

Dim DimObj As New AcDb.RotatedDimension




DimObj.TextPosition = New AcGe.Point3d(P5(0), P5(1), P5(2))


DimObj.XLine1Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p1(0), p1(1), p1(2))

DimObj.XLine2Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p2(0), p2(1), p2(2))

DimObj.DimLinePoint = DimObj.TextPosition

Return HmDotNet.HmTool.hmInsEnt(DimObj)
*GPaolo
Message 4 of 4 (79 Views)

Re: Problem when insert an rotated dimensio

05-25-2006 06:08 AM in reply to: *GPaolo
Thank tony i have understand.
Ciao
Gpaolo

"Tony Tanzillo" ha scritto nel messaggio
news:5184843@discussion.autodesk.com...
It's a bug. The default constructor for RotatedDimension
creates an AlignedDimension object.

To work around it, don't use the default constructor.
Instead, use the one that takes parameters.

--
http://www.caddzone.com

AcadXTabs: MDI Document Tabs for AutoCAD 2004/2005/2006/2007
http://www.acadxtabs.com

"GPaolo" wrote in message
news:5184850@discussion.autodesk.com...
I don't understand why i insert a rotateddimension and after i see a
aligneddimension.
Some ideas?

Thank's
GPaolo

Dim DimObj As New AcDb.RotatedDimension




DimObj.TextPosition = New AcGe.Point3d(P5(0), P5(1), P5(2))


DimObj.XLine1Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p1(0), p1(1), p1(2))

DimObj.XLine2Point = New AcGe.Point3d(p2(0), p2(1), p2(2))

DimObj.DimLinePoint = DimObj.TextPosition

Return HmDotNet.HmTool.hmInsEnt(DimObj)

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