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Stop plotting non-plottable layers!!!

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09-14-2012 11:50 AM

Hi,

 

I have this issue: when I want to plot, all my viewports' BORDERS are (still) plotted and they shouldn't as they are on a layer that's set to "non-plot"...

 

I tried to put the viewports on defpoints layers for example, but that gave me the same result: borders are still plotted... It's really bugging me.

 

Any ideas anyone? Thanks!

 

Jo D.

architect

 

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Re: Stop plotting non-plottable layers!!!

09-14-2012 12:11 PM in reply to: joedarch

Ok...problem solved. I copied a viewport that was on defpoints from another file and now it works: viewport borders are not plotted. As it should be.

 

Weird... If I click on "non-plot" of any layer, it shouldn't plot, right? And yet it does...

 

Oh well...

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