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    Default Hatch Scalling

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    I am currently working on a large drawing which has been passed around the houses, some what. It has many layers , exploded blocks, unexplodeed blocks, xrefs.........all created by different people. The problem I am having is that if I check the properties of a hatch, and draw the same hatch to the same scale etc, the two are different? There is no aparent scale between the hatches. The hatch scalling is occuring on the information I have put into the drawing.

    If anyone has any ideas I would be most grateful.


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    Dan

    I guess the first thing to check is that the hatches you are trying to copy the properties of aren't part of a block or x-ref. Hatches are actualy block insertions so beware of exploding too many times.
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