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Draftsight drawing appears strange opened in Autocad 2014

Draftsight drawing appears strange opened in Autocad 2014

Draftsight drawing appears strange opened in Autocad 2014

Good night to all. My client send me a picture of a drawing i've made that he opened in Autocad 2014.
In Modelspace the drawing look odd. Do you know what cound it be?
Thank you very much!

RE: Draftsight drawing appears strange opened in Autocad 2014

I'm intrigued by the dimension lines, which appear to have an origin on some Z plane other than that of whatever they are snapped to.

It also appears that the display plane is not oriented orthogonally to the current UCS.

I know that Draftsight can work in 3D space, and can actually generate simple 3D objects, but the ability to do Boolean operations on them has been suppressed.

If you started with a template that has some 3D objects in it already, or you imported some 3D blocks, I suppose it's possible that DS got confused, or you did.

Try rotating your viewpoint in 3D, which ISTR is possible in DS, and see which lines move.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Draftsight drawing appears strange opened in Autocad 2014

Thank you for your answer. I've checked all the objects and all of them have a Z = 0.
Checked the CCS and everything is ok in WORLD, View is TOP.
I've also installed Autocad 2013 in my PC and didn't get any of these strange things.
Is there any variable in Autocad that can do this type of thing, or maybe a graphics driver problem?
Have no answer to my client.
Thank you very much!

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