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*Balapa, Jay
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Converting lines to walls AECWALLCONVERT !!

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05-01-2002 01:23 AM
Hello,

We have older drawings where we use lines as walls and we want to convert to
AECWALL. We would like to convert as is, that replace existing lines to a
wall.

Problem we are having is that intead of inserting wo parallel lines for the
wall it is inserting a rectangle, that is it is closing the sides of the
wall.

Thanks for your help.
jay.
*Starz, Rob
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Re: Converting lines to walls AECWALLCONVERT !!

05-01-2002 01:39 AM in reply to: *Balapa, Jay
Walls are parallel lines with end caps closing of the end...resulting in a
rectangle, overall. Can you explain what you are look for more.

Thanks

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*Balapa, Jay
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05-01-2002 02:03 AM in reply to: *Balapa, Jay
thanks for your help,
Actually I figured it out, basically there is a setting called "do not
correct", if you check it then it draws it as is.


"Rob Starz" wrote in message
news:EF644C6316A3B346E60F0B9365BF1B66@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Walls are parallel lines with end caps closing of the end...resulting in a
> rectangle, overall. Can you explain what you are look for more.
>
> Thanks
>
> --
> |
> -+-------------------------------------------------
> | Rob "What did I do now?" Starz
> | Stardsign cad solutions
> | AEC Designer / Consultant / Developer
> | Arch Desktop tools www.stardsign.com/adtcadpacx.htm
> |
>
>
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*mattp
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05-06-2002 10:43 PM in reply to: *Balapa, Jay
What? Did I miss something? Can a double line wall be converted to a
single Aec_wall?

Matthew
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