I have an issue with version 19.2 Deluxe (I'm working on someone else's computer/workstation).
You know how when we Insert 2D Blocks in Walls (i.e.: Doors and Windows) and the Opening cut out in the Wall is too large? Well, I'm used to that; but I'm used to it being only about Â¼" (Â±4mm) on each side.
In this drawing I've created, some of the instances of the same Block are creating cut-outs in Walls that are like 2" too large on each side.
I checked to and ensured that the Block (within the Block "drawing space"), the Block Insertion, and the Wall are all on the same WorkPlane. I also checked within the Blocks' "drawing-space" that there is no extraneous Objects that are larger than the principal/desired Object; that is not the case. Like I say: It is only happening occasionally with some of the 2D Block in Wall Insertions.
Anyone know of the cause and/or remedy for this? I can live with the usual/typical Â±Â¼", but not these occasional Â±2".
Thanks for any help; it'd be appreciated. -Alvin
Edit: I now see that many of the 2D Block in Wall Insertions that previously did not have this issue occur, now do.
Issue resolved by original poster, Alvin.
Re-booted system, and issue was resolved.
(unfortunately, we cannot Delete the first Post in a Topic) -Alvin
« Last Edit: March 06, 2013, 06:17:38 PM by Alvin Gregorio »
(mostly Residential Architectural 2D; no formal CAD Training; intermittent TurboCAD user since yr. 2000 [ver6.5])
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