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ViktorCAD
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Does IntersectWith work in paperspace?

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04-17-2012 11:47 AM

I am not having any luck getting intersectwith working in paperspace? I'm not trying to intersect with objects in model space, just all objects in paperspace.

 

Thanks.

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Alfred.NESWADBA
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Re: Does IntersectWith work in paperspace?

04-17-2012 12:25 PM in reply to: ViktorCAD

Hi,

 

IntersectWith is independend of any space, it just compares coordinates. So you can also create a line just in memory - without adding it to any BlockTableRecord/space - and do the IntersectWith-check.

 

- alfred -

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ViktorCAD
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Re: Does IntersectWith work in paperspace?

04-17-2012 12:28 PM in reply to: Alfred.NESWADBA

Well, i sort of assumed that at first, but not getting any results, is there something I need to pass into it to make it work in paperspace? I can have the same object, same line in model space working, copy it to paperspace and it doesn't work. I'm not using the plane overload, wasn't sure how that'd apply to paperspace.

 

 

duh... just went back to code to check something and realized i was only scanning modelspace objects... goof...

 

Thanks anyway Alfred.

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