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*Cullen, Dave
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guideline placement w / QC7

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03-30-2000 06:14 AM
Trying to place a horizontal guideline. All snaps are OFF, but the damn
guideline has a mind of its own! It wants to snap to some bizarre
location, a mile from my cursor.

Then, while moving the cursor around, the dashed line representing the
guideline placement goes vertical instead of horizontal. I picked
horizontal guideline, WHY does it show me a vertical track?? And there's
a stupid red dot floating around on the last guideline I placed.

Can someone PLEASE explain the "rules" that this function follows?

Dave "Shoulda stuck with GCADD" Cullen

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home email: david dot cullen at snet dot net
*Support], Keith Sibbert [Autodesk
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Re: guideline placement w / QC7

04-04-2000 09:03 PM in reply to: *Cullen, Dave
Dave,

Sounds like a corrupt installation. I would suggest uninstalling and
reinstalling making sure nothing is running in the background and disabling
any anti-virus software.

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Keith Sibbert
PSG Product Support, Americas
WW Support & Services, Autodesk
Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion

Dave Cullen wrote:

> Trying to place a horizontal guideline. All snaps are OFF, but the damn
> guideline has a mind of its own! It wants to snap to some bizarre
> location, a mile from my cursor.
>
> Then, while moving the cursor around, the dashed line representing the
> guideline placement goes vertical instead of horizontal. I picked
> horizontal guideline, WHY does it show me a vertical track?? And there's
> a stupid red dot floating around on the last guideline I placed.
>
> Can someone PLEASE explain the "rules" that this function follows?
>
> Dave "Shoulda stuck with GCADD" Cullen
>
> ------------------------
> home email: david dot cullen at snet dot net
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