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*Chakri Gavini
Message 11 of 13 (40 Views)

Re: Plotting FG profiles

04-22-2005 12:34 PM in reply to: *Jon Rizzo
Thanks for the info Don:smileyhappy:

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Chakri Gavini
Product Designer
Autodesk Inc

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"Don Reichle" wrote in message
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>I guess the Deskers are the last to read their own notices:
>
> [from the 4/12/05 Post-Launch Issues post by Eric Wright]
> 2. Attachments not displaying correctly, text, zip, and other files appear
> empty or blank when opening. Issue has been identified and affects some
> attachments posted via newsreaders only. As a temporary workaround,
> messages that require attachments can successfully be posted via the web
> browser interface.
>
> You're the second Desker I've had to remind. To protect their identity
> I'll only give their initials:
> Chip
> Harper
> ...over in the Cad Manager DG.
>
> Gee, how'd that get there. Looks like another glitch! :-)
>
>
> --
> Don Reichle
> "King Of Work-Arounds"
> LDT3/CD3
> IntelP4-2.4
> 1GB RAM
> Intel 64MB
>
>
> "Chakri Gavini" wrote in message
> news:4823623@discussion.autodesk.com...
>> or not...
>>
>> seems something is happening on my upload! will ask other colleagues to
>> send these files:smileyhappy:
>>
>> Sorry for the trouble
>> --
>> Chakri Gavini
>> Product Designer
>> Autodesk Inc
>>
>> ----------------------------
>> "Chakri Gavini" wrote in message
>> news:4823615@discussion.autodesk.com...
>> "Plotting to DWF format is the right thing" - says wise people:smileyhappy:
>>
>>
>> --
>> Chakri Gavini
>> Product Designer
>> Autodesk Inc
>>
>> ----------------------------
>> "wfb" wrote in message
>> news:4823511@discussion.autodesk.com...
>>> Chakri:
>>> Someone has gone and contaminated your post (Attachment) !!
>>>
>>> Bill
>>>
>>> "Chakri Gavini" wrote in message
>>> news:4823486@discussion.autodesk.com...
>>> Jon,
>>>
>>> This has come up once in the NG. I just plotted a F
>> G profile and have not
>>> seen any curve tessellations.
>>>
>>> If you are in paperspace layout - you may see curve tessellated; please
>>> toggle to MODEL in that layout and regen once - then back to PAPER and
>>> plot.
>>> No tessellations!
>>>
>>> Attached is pdf I created from PLOT command - if you want to take a look
>>> at
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> --
>>> Chakri Gavini
>>> Product Designer
>>> Autodesk Inc
>>>
>>> ----------------------------
>>> "Jon Rizzo" wrote in
>>> message
>>> news:4823336
>> @discussion.autodesk.com...
>>>> Actually, the problem ONLY shows up in a plot. On the screen, REGEN
>>>> smoothes it out just fine...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "Don Reichle" wrote in message
>>>> news:4823205@discussion.autodesk.com...
>>>>> Hey Jon;
>>>>>
>>>>> Is this aberration showing up just on the monitor(s) or also in a
>>>>> plot?
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> Don Reichle
>>>>> "King Of Work-Arounds"
>>>>> LDT3/CD3
>>>>> IntelP4-2.4
>>>>> 1GB RAM
>>>>> Intel 64MB
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> "Jon Rizzo"
>>
>>> langan dot com> wrote in message
>>>>> news:4823173@discussion.autodesk.com...
>>>>> > Does anybody here know the trick to plotting FG profiles so that
>>>> vertical
>>>>> > curves are not tesselated into 1-inch long chord segments? I tried
>>>>> > adjusting the "Curve tesselation distance" of the profile style to
>>>>> > be a
>>>>> > very
>>>>> > small number, but it does not seem to help.
>>>>> >
>>>>> > Jon
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Message 12 of 13 (40 Views)

Re: Plotting FG profiles

04-26-2005 04:07 PM in reply to: *Jon Rizzo
Hi Jon!!

I have this problem too in any drawing!! Do you have already solution for this???

Thanks

Joao
*Jon Rizzo
Message 13 of 13 (40 Views)

Re: Plotting FG profiles

04-27-2005 07:56 AM in reply to: *Jon Rizzo
The only workaround that has been offered so far is to plot a DWF. I
haven't verified it myself, though.

Jon

wrote in message news:4826699@discussion.autodesk.com...
> Hi Jon!!
>
> I have this problem too in any drawing!! Do you have already solution for
this???
>
> Thanks
>
> Joao
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