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I am trying to do a presentation plan and am using a top down orthographic view with watercolor and overlaid lines. I can't get the resolution I need exporting an image from CA so I have sent the view to Layout as a live view. We also tried it as an image. The problem is that every time I try to create a PDF two walls disappear. The view box is large enough, so I haven't cropped the view, I've had our veteran Chief guy look at it, and we're stumped. Here is the result:
Here is the view in Layout:
And Here is the print preview:
Has this happened to anyone else? I have tried outputting this about a dozen times and the same two walls are cut off every time.
I am running CA Premier X12 on a Dell with these bells and whistles. I also have Bluebeam Revu as my PDF print driver in addition to the "Export" function in CA. I have tried to print and to export with the same result . Any help would be appreciated.
I've come across, but rarely, a CAD drawing in pdf format that has the ability to turn of individual layers. Does anyone know if Chief can do this? Or is it a specific PDF print driver?
I tried it a few times with an ADOBE printer driver but no go.
I thought it might be useful in the field on a 2 in 1 folding Chromebook. My Samsung Chromebook Plus is a life saver and I find new uses for it all the time.
We primarily produce drawings that scale 100% on 11x17 sheets. Occasionally we'll check plot at 200% to a 22x34 sheet (because one of our partners have bad eyes). Well, we I happen to run a check plot at 200% on a 30x42 sheet (because it was already loaded in the plotter) and the bounding box of the paper space showed up on the sheet.
How do I get rid of the box that represents where the edge of the paper would have been?
On the images below, the first shows the 100% preview and there is no "box." The second image shows the 200% plot on the big sheet and there is that ugly "box."
How do I get rid of it?