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pete
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Registered: ‎10-20-2011
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Image Scaling Issues

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09-21-2012 08:31 AM

Hello All,

 

When zooming out, (waaaaay out,) images, (in this case, arrow heads,) including those inserted into titleblocks, (like company logos,) enlarge to create a very messy looking drawing.  The issue is repeatable and consistent with our up-to-date systems.

 

Has anyone seen anything like this at all?

 

Pete

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mrattray
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Registered: ‎09-13-2011
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Re: Image Scaling Issues

09-21-2012 10:31 AM in reply to: pete

No. If I was AutoDesk I would blame your graphics card. What card/driver are you using? Have you tried playing around with the graphics settings? Try different combinations of compatibility/performance modes and software/hardware graphics. Have you tried installing the just released (like 15 minutes ago) SP1?

 

Windows 7 includes a snipping tool that takes much better sceen shots then that. You should give it a try.

 

I like the bottle of Advil right behind the screen.

Mike (not Matt) Rattray

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pete
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Re: Image Scaling Issues

09-21-2012 12:21 PM in reply to: mrattray

The company uses NVIDIA of varying types.  In every case, on every machine it happens exactly the same way.  the attached pictures show what happens.  GLM1 is a picture of just the border zoomed to extents.  GLM2 is quite zoomed out (the border is in the lower left, (red arrow) and the images are huge.  When I delete the images from the border in the GLM1 image, they disappear from the zoomed out image.  I am stumped.

 

Pete

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