hatching Xref’s can this be done without first drawing a Pline on top of the Xref? thanks. When you attach or overlay an xref, AutoCAD adds new layers to your current drawing that correspond to the layers in the xrefed DWG file. The new layers are . These default settings placed the xref in the drawing origin and used the default scale of and a default rotation angle of 0. These settings place the xref in the.
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Kevin Petursson — “Everyone says quotable things everyday, but their not famous When the drwaings were created, the insertion units were set to MM, but the drawings was drawing in Meters.
Init automatically scales the xref for you. I don’t want it to do this.
Is there any way to turn off this autoscaling. I do not have control over the xref files, and ths cannot change thier insertion units. The people who do have control are not using AutoCADand thus have not encountered this problem, and they are unwilling to adjust their drawings for me. Any help is greatly appriciated.
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When attaching an Xref it opens a local dialog and not ProjectWise
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I’m tring to insert an Xref in utoCAD I want the drawing I’m inserting them to be in meters. Does anyone know if there is a way to have AutoCAD automatically scale the xrefs, as appropiate?
Xref and Bhatch don’t work in AutoCAD
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