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Kalen Jones

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  1. I posted a similar query a couple weeks ago, haven't received any response, and then found this thread. I'm having the same issue, albeit in VW 2015. I can't seem to find any settings that make any difference. If you zoom in to 500% and leave it there while it renders the text is fairly clear, i.e., the pixelation is small enough that it prints legibly. But that reduces the functionality of being able to work on other sheets while rendering is happening.

  2. Elevation viewport, sheet rendering set at 150 dpi. Foreground set to hidden line, show hatches. When the background is set to OpenGL window tags are normal. When I render background with a renderworks option (I tried a few) the text in the tag renders at screen resolution. If the view is more zoomed out the text becomes illegible. Display text and markers was checked. Marker class on. Adjusting foreground render settings doesn't seem to change it. Text does appear if I render the foreground with wireframe. What am I missing; or, is this a bug?

  3. Elevation viewport, sheet rendering set at 150 dpi. Foreground set to hidden line, show hatches. When the background is set to OpenGL window tags are normal. When I render background with a renderworks option (I tried a few) the text in the tag renders at screen resolution. If the view is more zoomed out the text becomes illegible. Attached image is of the result with Fast Renderworks background. Display text and markers was checked. Adjusting foreground render settings doesn't seem to change it. Text does appear if I render the foreground with wireframe. What am I missing; or, is this a bug?

  4. The color palette popup from the attribute palette in 2014 (and before) seemed to 'know' where the boundaries of each monitor in a two monitor setup were, and orient itself entirely on the monitor that the attribute palette was located on. In 2015 it is locating itself so it spans the monitors (at least in the palette positioning I've used for years), with some of it invisible. Is there some way to choose the popup location? I've tried click draging it with various modifier keys held down, and looking in Help, to no avail.

  5. When I print to PDF diagonal fill patterns become very jaggy. It happens with both the OS print to PDF option, and acrobat, rasterized and not, 'on screen resolution' on and off. Resolution is set to 300 dpi. Any solutions?

    G5 1.8, OS X.3.8, VW 11.0.1, Acrobat 7

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