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Flex Duct Crash?

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09-24-2003 05:12 AM
I've got a drawing in which I am adding some flex duct and it crashes ABS. Here's the error we get: Internal Error
!dbobji.cpp@258. I'll be looking through the existing posts for answers but please feel free to throw some suggestions my way. bsilliker@c3boston.com
*Liang, Qi
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Re: Flex Duct Crash?

09-25-2003 10:29 PM in reply to: Bil_at_C3
What kind of the type of the flex duct (line, arc or spline) you used when
the crash occurred?
Is there any other BS object in the drawing?

Thanks.

Qi Liang

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I've got a drawing in which I am adding some flex duct and it crashes ABS.
Here's the error we get: Internal Error
!dbobji.cpp@258. I'll be looking through the existing posts for answers but
please feel free to throw some suggestions my way. bsilliker@c3boston.com
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09-30-2003 12:50 AM in reply to: Bil_at_C3
flex duct was vertical pattern 2.

there were other abs objects.

what we did to fix the problem was to use that old autocad quick fix to a problem that you can't make any sense out of... we wblocked the entire drawings contents into a new file and opened that file and the command worked as expected.

also... I should mention that it was actually in abs3 not 2004... sorry for using wrong forum.
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