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lhmoman
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Exporting to Cad Settings

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09-17-2012 09:18 AM

Few quick questions, I am trying to configure the exporting settings. thanks for you help in advance.

 

In the Modify DWG/DXF export Setup, where do you find the "aia standards" fille that is in the load layers from standards option? I want to get that file and atler it.

 

Also what does the {underlay} modifier mean?

 

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Re: Exporting to Cad Settings

09-18-2012 10:36 AM in reply to: lhmoman

iS COLOR_ID in the export tag meant to overide in color option only and not line weight  and layer?

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Re: Exporting to Cad Settings

09-18-2012 11:27 AM in reply to: lhmoman

lhmoman wrote:

"In the Modify DWG/DXF export Setup, where do you find the "aia standards" fille that is in the load layers from standards option? I want to get that file and atler it."


Try looking under C:\Program Data\Autodesk\RME 20** for the file exportlayers-dwg-AIA.txt

 


lhmoman wrote:

"Also what does the {underlay} modifier mean?"


I think that this would apply to anything that is part of an Underlay of a View (View Properties » Underlay). 

 


lhmoman wrote:

"iS COLOR_ID in the export tag meant to override in color option only and not line weight  and layer?"


 I believe that only sets the color of the destined AutoCAD Layer. The layer is assigned a proper Lineweight.

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