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Lost boundary while changing the attached image

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gpktm

Hi everyone.

 

I was making a facade in ACAD but I acciddently deleted from my hard disk the attached images I used for textures. So, I decide to replace them with another similar texture, but, while I change the path of the file I lost my boundary area. Does anyone know why is this happens?

 

Here is a snapshot with the missing texture

missing_texture.jpg

 

And here after I replaced it

replaced_texture.jpg

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When you deleted the images from your hard drive did you think to look in the Recycle Bin or did you empty that too?

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gpktm
When you deleted the images from your hard drive did you think to look in the Recycle Bin or did you empty that too?

 

hehe! That's sarcastic, isn't? :)

 

Actually, the files were in my USB stick. I thought I had copies of the files in my office but I must accidentally moved them into my USB stick instead of copy them. The matter is they not exist anymore. So... is there any way to keep the boundaries or I should re define them?

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It wasn't meant to be sarcastic. People sometimes forget about the Recycle bin.

 

In my opinion the boundaries should be redefined. Maybe someone else will disagree and at the same time provide a solution. In my line of work I don't deal with images all that often and when I do I generally have no problems.

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In my opinion the boundaries should be redefined

 

Thanks. Yes, I hope someone have a solution for that.

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