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*Wesley
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Gravel Hatch Pattern

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03-03-2006 11:54 AM
We are attempting to hatch using the gravel hatch, which is part of the
acad.pat file. The pattern comes out wrong when we use it, even though all
the other hatch patterns in the acad.pat file work well. We used the same
acad.pat file in ADT 3.3 and it works well, just in LDD 3.3 it comes out
wrong. I reinstalled the acad.pat file and tried it on a new file. Then I
opened our drawing file and tried to hatch and the gravel hatch again did
not work. Can anyone say why.
Thanks for your help,
Wesley
*wfb
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Re: Gravel Hatch Pattern

03-03-2006 11:56 AM in reply to: *Wesley
Try setting "snapbase" close to your hatch area.

Bill

"Wesley" wrote in message
news:5101563@discussion.autodesk.com...
We are attempting to hatch using the gravel hatch, which is part of the
acad.pat file. The pattern comes out wrong when we use it, even though all
the other hatch patterns in the acad.pat file work well. We used the same
acad.pat file in ADT 3.3 and it works well, just in LDD 3.3 it comes out
wrong. I reinstalled the acad.pat file and tried it on a new file. Then I
opened our drawing file and tried to hatch and the gravel hatch again did
not work. Can anyone say why.
Thanks for your help,
Wesley
*Don Reichle
Message 3 of 6 (1,719 Views)

Re: Gravel Hatch Pattern

03-03-2006 12:50 PM in reply to: *Wesley
Along with what my friend Bill said, just be aware that when you come up to
the level of 2K6 and beyond this is now incorporated into the BHATCH
command.

--
Don Reichle
"The only thing worse
than training your staff,
and having them leave is -
not training your staff,
and having them stay."
Courtesy Graphics Solution Providers
----------------------------------------------------------
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"wfb" wrote in message
news:5101588@discussion.autodesk.com...
Try setting "snapbase" close to your hatch area.

Bill

"Wesley" wrote in message
news:5101563@discussion.autodesk.com...
We are attempting to hatch using the gravel hatch, which is part of the
acad.pat file. The pattern comes out wrong when we use it, even though all
the other hatch patterns in the acad.pat file work well. We used the same
acad.pat file in ADT 3.3 and it works well, just in LDD 3.3 it comes out
wrong. I reinstalled the acad.pat file and tried it on a new file. Then I
opened our drawing file and tried to hatch and the gravel hatch again did
not work. Can anyone say why.
Thanks for your help,
Wesley
*Wesley
Message 4 of 6 (1,719 Views)

Re: Gravel Hatch Pattern

03-03-2006 01:07 PM in reply to: *Wesley
is snap base a setting like ltscale would be or is it a setting with the
bhatch command. I can't see how to use this.
Thanks,
Wes

"wfb" wrote in message
news:5101588@discussion.autodesk.com...
Try setting "snapbase" close to your hatch area.

Bill

"Wesley" wrote in message
news:5101563@discussion.autodesk.com...
We are attempting to hatch using the gravel hatch, which is part of the
acad.pat file. The pattern comes out wrong when we use it, even though all
the other hatch patterns in the acad.pat file work well. We used the same
acad.pat file in ADT 3.3 and it works well, just in LDD 3.3 it comes out
wrong. I reinstalled the acad.pat file and tried it on a new file. Then I
opened our drawing file and tried to hatch and the gravel hatch again did
not work. Can anyone say why.
Thanks for your help,
Wesley
*Don Reichle
Message 5 of 6 (1,719 Views)

Re: Gravel Hatch Pattern

03-03-2006 01:17 PM in reply to: *Wesley
Just type SNAPBASE at the command prompt.

Then you can either enter the XY coordinate values, or pick a point
on-screen.

It doesn't even need to be attached to a Line or Curve or anything of that
nature.

HTH

--
Don Reichle
"The only thing worse
than training your staff,
and having them leave is -
not training your staff,
and having them stay."
Courtesy Graphics Solution Providers
----------------------------------------------------------
C3D/LDT/CD/SVY-2K6
Intel P4-3.00GHz
XPPro 32bit SP2
1GB RAM
Nvidia GeForce2 Ti 64MB


"Wesley" wrote in message
news:5101677@discussion.autodesk.com...
is snap base a setting like ltscale would be or is it a setting with the
bhatch command. I can't see how to use this.
Thanks,
Wes

"wfb" wrote in message
news:5101588@discussion.autodesk.com...
Try setting "snapbase" close to your hatch area.

Bill

"Wesley" wrote in message
news:5101563@discussion.autodesk.com...
We are attempting to hatch using the gravel hatch, which is part of the
acad.pat file. The pattern comes out wrong when we use it, even though all
the other hatch patterns in the acad.pat file work well. We used the same
acad.pat file in ADT 3.3 and it works well, just in LDD 3.3 it comes out
wrong. I reinstalled the acad.pat file and tried it on a new file. Then I
opened our drawing file and tried to hatch and the gravel hatch again did
not work. Can anyone say why.
Thanks for your help,
Wesley
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Message 6 of 6 (606 Views)

Re: Gravel Hatch Pattern

01-14-2014 02:12 PM in reply to: *Wesley
in paperspace, I moved all my entities closer to 0,0 & re-hatch the area. That should do it.
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