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chikito1990
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Registered: ‎06-26-2013
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What is the difference between template: "Tutorial-mArch.dwg" and "acad.dwg"

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05-13-2014 02:28 AM

Dear all,

 

What is the difference in terms of position of an inserted blocks origin(X, Y) and the dimentions of the drawing itself. Because I noticed that when I export the elements I have some different origins than the one I have in the plain template?

 

What role is the frame playing in the picture? How it changes it?

 

I already tried to make some research but I did not find anything.

 

Best regards,

Dimitar Georgiev

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pendean
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Re: What is the difference between template: "Tutorial-mArch.dwg" and

05-13-2014 05:35 AM in reply to: chikito1990
The first is for use with a tutorial, the latter is the default template everyone uses.
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chikito1990
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Re: What is the difference between template: "Tutorial-mArch.dwg" and

05-16-2014 12:34 AM in reply to: pendean

Dear pendean,

 

Thank you for the reply. But how is the template affecting the block coordinates. Because when I make DataExtraction the coordinates are lets say (400,400) and when I remove the frame and make DataExtraction again the coordinates are lets say (120,120). So I was wondering how the frame is affecting the drawing?

 

Best regards,

Dimitar Georgiev

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