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Dimensioning Problem

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11-25-2002 09:44 PM
When I dimension an isometric Drawing file (*.idw) in Inventor 5.0, the dimension is not accurate. Why is this? If I dimension a front, right, or top view the dimensions are accurate. But once I revert to the iso, they aren't.
Apparently this is a BUG in R5. Is this BUG fixed in R6? Is there a patch for it to correct it? This is a bit frustrating, so any help would be appreciated greatly. Thank you.
*W, Tim
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Re: Dimensioning Problem

11-25-2002 11:02 PM in reply to: rdenning
See my reply in the "autodesk.inventor.5.3" newsgroup.
If anyone has a better idea, please share!
Tim

"rdenning" wrote in message
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> When I dimension an isometric Drawing file (*.idw) in Inventor 5.0, the
dimension is not accurate. Why is this? If I dimension a front, right, or
top view the dimensions are accurate. But once I revert to the iso, they
aren't.
> Apparently this is a BUG in R5. Is this BUG fixed in R6? Is there a patch
for it to correct it? This is a bit frustrating, so any help would be
appreciated greatly. Thank you.
>
*M, Jason
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Re: Dimensioning Problem

11-26-2002 12:37 AM in reply to: rdenning
I'm experiencing the same problem right now. Is there a fix for this?

-Jason

rdenning wrote:
> When I dimension an isometric Drawing file (*.idw) in Inventor 5.0, the
> dimension is not accurate. Why is this? If I dimension a front, right,
> or top view the dimensions are accurate. But once I revert to the iso,
> they aren't.
> Apparently this is a BUG in R5. Is this BUG fixed in R6? Is there a
> patch for it to correct it? This is a bit frustrating, so any help would
> be appreciated greatly. Thank you.
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