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*montagne, michael
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Non associative Bhatch

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01-22-2001 06:55 AM
Is there a way to have BHatch default to non-associative? Please don't ask
me why anyone would want to do that, it's a user request.

-mjm
*Loonstra, Henk
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Re: Non associative Bhatch

01-22-2001 07:51 AM in reply to: *montagne, michael
I 'll still ask you. Is it because the users get bored of picking a hatch
and getting it's border too?
Set the variable "PICKSTYLE" to 1 instead of 2 or 3 and you 'll work
comfortably with associative hatches.

Henk

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michael montagne schreef in berichtnieuws
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> Is there a way to have BHatch default to non-associative? Please don't
ask
> me why anyone would want to do that, it's a user request.
>
> -mjm
>
*montagne, michael
Message 3 of 4 (101 Views)

Re:

01-22-2001 09:32 AM in reply to: *montagne, michael
We appear to be having difficulty with a particular drawing or two that
causes the hatches to cover the entire drawing when items are moved.
Disabling associative hatching seems to prevent this so they are disabling
it on the object level after they apply the hatch.
-mjm

"Henk Loonstra" wrote in message
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> I 'll still ask you. Is it because the users get bored of picking a hatch
> and getting it's border too?
> Set the variable "PICKSTYLE" to 1 instead of 2 or 3 and you 'll work
> comfortably with associative hatches.
>
> Henk
>
> --
> CadFancy - Adventures in Visual Basic
> www.CadFancy.myweb.nl
>
> michael montagne schreef in berichtnieuws
> F8776A1D09E88E668970352E67AE089D@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> > Is there a way to have BHatch default to non-associative? Please don't
> ask
> > me why anyone would want to do that, it's a user request.
> >
> > -mjm
> >
>
*Furman, Paul
Message 4 of 4 (101 Views)

Re:

01-22-2001 09:40 AM in reply to: *montagne, michael
You could make a little routine to perform a non-associative bhatch (at the
command line "-BHATCH") on the opening of each drawing session to save that
setting. It might be easier to just teach the users to just uncheck the box
though.

Command: -bhatch

Current hatch pattern: AR-CONC
Specify internal point or [Properties/Select/Remove islands/Advanced]: a

Enter an option [Boundary set/Retain boundary/Island
detection/Style/Associativity]: a
Do you want associativity? [Yes/No] : n

Enter an option [Boundary set/Retain boundary/Island
detection/Style/Associativity]: *Cancel*
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