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*Reid M. Addis
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Filled Regions

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01-05-2006 11:33 AM
Sorry about being a pest today.
Titleblocks again. We have some "solid filled" areas that don't import
correctly from AutoCAD, so I'm redrawing them.
Only, the Filled Region doesn't have a "pick point" option (pick a point
inside an enclosed area to create the boundary - AutoCAD Hatch or
Boundary/BPoly command).
Is there any way to quickly create a filled region from existing lines and
arcs? The Pick arrow only let's me select one object at a time.

--
Regards,
---------------
Reid M. Addis
Registered Architect
Architectural Applications Specialist
Granary Associates
411 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Ph. 215-665-7056
email: addis@granaryassoc.com
*Alek Sutulov
Message 2 of 4 (83 Views)

Re: Filled Regions

01-05-2006 11:49 AM in reply to: *Reid M. Addis
Pick one line and while hot Tab. Will pick all lines in chain.


"Reid M. Addis" wrote in message
news:5051504@discussion.autodesk.com...
Sorry about being a pest today.
Titleblocks again. We have some "solid filled" areas that don't import
correctly from AutoCAD, so I'm redrawing them.
Only, the Filled Region doesn't have a "pick point" option (pick a point
inside an enclosed area to create the boundary - AutoCAD Hatch or
Boundary/BPoly command).
Is there any way to quickly create a filled region from existing lines and
arcs? The Pick arrow only let's me select one object at a time.

--
Regards,
---------------
Reid M. Addis
Registered Architect
Architectural Applications Specialist
Granary Associates
411 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Ph. 215-665-7056
email: addis@granaryassoc.com
*Scott Davis
Message 3 of 4 (83 Views)

Re: Filled Regions

01-05-2006 02:28 PM in reply to: *Reid M. Addis
did you get that? TAB while hovering over a line should pick the 'chain' of
lines, then click.

"Alek Sutulov" wrote in message
news:5051531@discussion.autodesk.com...
Pick one line and while hot Tab. Will pick all lines in chain.


"Reid M. Addis" wrote in message
news:5051504@discussion.autodesk.com...
Sorry about being a pest today.
Titleblocks again. We have some "solid filled" areas that don't import
correctly from AutoCAD, so I'm redrawing them.
Only, the Filled Region doesn't have a "pick point" option (pick a point
inside an enclosed area to create the boundary - AutoCAD Hatch or
Boundary/BPoly command).
Is there any way to quickly create a filled region from existing lines and
arcs? The Pick arrow only let's me select one object at a time.

--
Regards,
---------------
Reid M. Addis
Registered Architect
Architectural Applications Specialist
Granary Associates
411 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Ph. 215-665-7056
email: addis@granaryassoc.com
*Aaron Rumple
Message 4 of 4 (83 Views)

Re: Filled Regions

01-05-2006 02:36 PM in reply to: *Reid M. Addis
Or... Select one object. Hover over another further down the chain and hit
tab. This will select all in the chain from point a to point b.


"Scott Davis" wrote in message
news:5051827@discussion.autodesk.com...
did you get that? TAB while hovering over a line should pick the 'chain' of
lines, then click.

"Alek Sutulov" wrote in message
news:5051531@discussion.autodesk.com...
Pick one line and while hot Tab. Will pick all lines in chain.


"Reid M. Addis" wrote in message
news:5051504@discussion.autodesk.com...
Sorry about being a pest today.
Titleblocks again. We have some "solid filled" areas that don't import
correctly from AutoCAD, so I'm redrawing them.
Only, the Filled Region doesn't have a "pick point" option (pick a point
inside an enclosed area to create the boundary - AutoCAD Hatch or
Boundary/BPoly command).
Is there any way to quickly create a filled region from existing lines and
arcs? The Pick arrow only let's me select one object at a time.

--
Regards,
---------------
Reid M. Addis
Registered Architect
Architectural Applications Specialist
Granary Associates
411 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Ph. 215-665-7056
email: addis@granaryassoc.com
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