I'm having an issue with losing my defined plot style table in paper space. When I go to print, I get the .pc3 warning box. How do I work around this so I can get a plot dialog box to appear so I can define a plot style table with the drawing? How do I define a plot style table with a particular paper space layout in this version of AutoCAD?
Thanks for that info. Now, how do I navigate to the Plot Styles folder on my Mac so I can place my custom defined plot style table in the right location so AutoCAD finds it? It keeps showing as missing.
OK, now I'm having issues with the PSTYLEMODE AND PSTYLEPOLICY. I have changed the PSTYLEPOLICY TO 0, closed and re-opened the drawing. When I go to reset the value of PSTYLEMODE, it doesn't allow me to change the value OF PSTYLEMODE to 0. It keeps telling me the value of PSTYLEMODE - 1 (read only).
I'm trying to set my drawing to see my custom plot style table, which I have placed in the software default location. This issue is getting aggrevating. I have also unloaded and reloaded the software on my computer and it is still having this issue. I have also downloaded and installed the service pack 1 update for MAC AutoCAD LT.
One other thing, when I go into the page setup manager I am able to see my custom plot stle table and AutoCAD sees it. However, my drawing is in color dependent plot mode and I can't get it to switch to .ctb mode.
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