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Bug Offsett-trim-extend with big coordinate

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whosa
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Hi AutoCAD guru,

 

I found a "bug" on the certain command of AutoCAD.

 

When I try to Offsett-trim-extend lines far away from origin those commands don't work.

 

I ask the Customer Services and they tell me this is a Limit od the software. The coordinates are big and the software doesn't work properly.

 

I can't move the object near the origin and in Autocad is impossible to move the WCS.

 

There is some LISP solution?

 

@Lee Mac what do you think?

 

Attached the TEST file.

 

Thanks

test.dwg

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Roy_043

Have you tried changing the PROJMODE setting?

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whosa
12 hours ago, Roy_043 said:

Have you tried changing the PROJMODE setting?

 

Yes, no way. 

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Roy_043

I am using BricsCAD V18. In that software there only is an issue with _Trim and _Extend if PROJMODE is 0 (zero). And there is no issue with _Offset.

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whosa
15 minutes ago, Roy_043 said:

I am using BricsCAD V18. In that software there only is an issue with _Trim and _Extend if PROJMODE is 0 (zero). And there is no issue with _Offset.

 

did you try it with my test.dwg? 

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Roy_043
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Yes (obviously). In this case BricsCAD seems to be more capable than AutoCAD.

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guran

Just move the UCS by typing "UCS" on the commandline and then "O" for origin.

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whosa
1 hour ago, guran said:

Just move the UCS by typing "UCS" on the commandline and then "O" for origin.

 

Doesn't work.

 

You cannot move the WCS (0,0,0). You can move the UCS to face, object, view, etc. (temporary UCS) but all the math of the software is based on WCS.

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