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Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel...
July 04, 2013 05:40AM
Hello Fabrice,


I guess you mean when you open it directly in LDView or similar you are seeing the model correctly?

LPub is behaving sometimes like a little princess :-) I do not mean that in a bad way it is just that you need to take care of the Meta commands and the order of the Meta commands.

I think there is something wrong with them, i.e. you swap the view, aligment etc. and then LPub adds Meta commands but does not remove the "old" ones. So you end up having the line ALLOC HOIZONTAL and ALLOC VERTICAL immediately in succession. This can lead to a display that is not intended.

In case of missing steps it might be that the MULTI-STEP command has an incorrect syntax due to certain changes.

Do you mind uploading/emailing the file to have a look?


Thanks

Gerald
SubjectAuthorViewsPosted
Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Fabrice Vion463July 03, 2013 11:43AM
Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Gerald Lasser171July 04, 2013 05:40AM
Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Attachments Fabrice Vion166July 04, 2013 07:58AM
Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Fabrice Vion171July 04, 2013 11:56AM
Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Philippe Hurbain173July 04, 2013 01:08PM
Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Gerald Lasser199July 05, 2013 03:21AM
Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Attachments Fabrice Vion187July 07, 2013 06:04AM
Re: Lpub : steps not correctly displayed in a submodel... Attachments Gerald Lasser303July 07, 2013 11:56PM



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