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I've found one little problem that I cant figure out how to solve, it's about polyline lineweights when ploting. I'm migrating form Autocad 2007 to ZWCAD 2009 and my drawings were done by Autocad. While in the work area in ZWCAD everything looks fine, when ploting my polylines and all the simbols (blocks) are very thin, like they are regular lines. Any advise how to set up and fix this problem of mine? it would be a very nice that ZWCAD 2009 could recognize my lineweight setups from autocad (it was woking ok in zwcad 2007 and 2008) I also regret that you guys stick with that annoying Intellicad text editors, but thats a minor problem. In my opinion, Autocad's text editors are easier to work with. The multiline text editor is ok when you get used to it, sometimes even better than the one in Autocad, but the single line text editor just sucks... why the hell would someone want that pop-out window while changing one simple letter?!
Anyway, you did a great job, keep it up!
TNX in advance!
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As I said, I'm migrating from Autocad, so all the projets I've done are saved by Autocad, I must be able to open them and use them again anytime if I choose ZWCAD. I can do that, and on my monitor everything looks fine, just when I plot the project, all the polylines are thin like they were lines...
I've send you an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with one file as example..
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