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JoarL

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  1. Is the drawing 2D? There is a "display 2D objects" (or something like that) checkbox in the create layer link dialog, if this isn?t marked only 3D objects will appear. JoarL
  2. Same problem here. Artlantis versions before 3.5 is incompatible with MacOS 9. In addition you will need the 3.5.1 upgrade patch. You can get it here: http://www.artlantis.com JoarL
  3. Yes I have seen the same thing. Seems to happen when I switch back and forth beween printers, even if I have the right printer selected when I open the document i want to print. I have made it a habit to check the print area every time I print. JoarL
  4. To see what you are undoing the easiest would be to just zoom out with fit to page or fit to all objects.
  5. Another great feature would be if you could use the polygon lasso to delete multiple vertexes inside the lasso/square.
  6. Fred: VW7 placed a pasted object in the centre of the screen. VW8 puts a pasted object on the location of your last mouse click, IMO it?s just lame. I also agree completely with MikeB on the problems with the position of the origin, coordinates would be a better reference than the paper. [This message has been edited by JoarL (edited 08-16-2000).]
  7. One of the more annoying features of VW is that view changes such as zoom, pan, rendering etc. are included in the undo list. It would be great with a set of options for what commands should be undoable. JoarL
  8. Maybe not the same thing but I?ve had problems with printing rotated text blocks containing multiple lines on various printers. This might be a printer driver issue but most likely VW is a bit buggy in its text handling. [This message has been edited by JoarL (edited 06-26-2000).]
  9. Easy! Firts of all: Unless you want objects to be transparent you should make sure everything is filled (attribute palette). From any 3D view select the "convert to lines" menu command (or whatever it?s called in english). The hidden line rendering option in the dialogue box will produce a 2D drawing without overlapping lines. You might have to do some manual cleaning of the drawing afterwards. Please note that unless you use the command on linked layers, your 3D work will be destroyed. Hold option key down while selecting the "convert..." command to produce a 2D copy of your 3D view. JoarL
  10. So this is how it?s supposed to work now, I assumed it was a bug! Paste in center of screen seems to be the most useful to me. This would mean that the pasted object appears wherever you are zoomed in without the unneccesary extra click. JoarL
  11. Woldn?t it be nice if bitmap rasters and hatches could be transparent, without the bacground fill colour. With hatches this is of course possible with the menu command but this means more work if you have edit stuff. When a drawing starts to get complex it is often easy to overlook hatches or rasters that cover up other objects in the drawing, optional transparent background would solve this problem. JoarL
  12. Are you people using the polyline tool? I use the polygon tool (note the different name) for drawing sharp corners and this has never happened to me.
  13. I just came to think of some additional minor improvements: Make it an option to remove zoom and view changes from the undo list so that only real changes to whatever you are working on is undone. Make it possible to have transparent (no fill) haches without using the "bucket" tool. Some way to move the starting point for hatches, one object at a time, would also be nice. JoarL
  14. I just came to think of some additional minor improvements: Make it an option to remove zoom and view changes from the undo list so that only real changes to whatever you are working on is undone. Make it possible to have transparent (no fill) haches without using the "bucket" tool. Some way to move the starting point for hatches, one object at a time, would also be nice. JoarL

 

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