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  1. I have an area that I am trying to make fill with a stone hatch; however when I choose the hatch it appears exploded on the screen, simply a bunch of jumbled lines. In other drawings and files it shows up correctly. I am thinking it is something related to the origin and being too far from the origin, but am not sure how to resolve the issue. Has anyone had this problem of know how to fix it? Thanks!
  2. We always import DWG files into brand new VW files and leave them in their own file and reference them into our VW files. As of right now we have not found an answer to the problem, but updated to SP 3 last week and are waiting to see if this helps at all. I am wondering if the problem is anything related to working in rotated view? If this is the problem, it makes the tool virtually useless. This is a major problem for workflow and needs to be addressed and resolved by VW immediately.
  3. I am working in a material plan file that is having issues with x-ref'd layers lining up. I have a survey referenced in. After I update the survey in the material plan file it moves, but it actually moves to coordinates that reflect the native survey file. It appears now that my material plan line work is at a different location than the survey. However, when I opened the file the x-ref survey and the material plan line work were aligned but now it seems they were aligned (together) at incorrect coordinates when compared to the native survey. How can this be? Could this issue be related to working in a file with it rotated? I had the material plan rotated while I was drafting. An additional note: I can be working in the file at one time and everything is lined up and at the correct coordinates. If I close the file and re-enter it at a later time, the ref'd layers move to different coordinates. What I have checked/tried: - all layers are at same scale - all needed layers are visible - tried to check box "ignore user source origin" in x-ref dialogue but does not resolve problem checked or unchecked - setting view to top/plan still does not align ref'd layers in material plan Thanks, Nathan
  4. I have a material plan file that has the survey and landscape base referenced in. In the native file each file (survey and landscape) is at their correct, and same, coordinates based on the survey information and coordinate location. In the landscape base, the survey (ref'd in) and landscape layers line up correctly; however, in the material plan file the two referenced files (survey and landscape base) are at two different locations. Does anyone know why this may be happening or how to resolve? An additional note: I can be working in the file at one time and everything is lined up and at the correct coordinates. If I close the file and re-enter it at a later time, the ref'd layers move to different coordinates. What I have checked/tried: - all layers are at same scale - all needed layers are visible - tried to check box "ignore user source origin" in x-ref dialogue but does not resolve problem checked or unchecked - setting view to top/plan still does not align ref'd layers in material plan Thanks, Nathan

 

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