Analysis View is Blurry

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  • Analysis View is Blurry

    Hi all,


    i'm trying to use a graphical analysis to show our polishers where they need to hit a part, unfortunately after the analysis view command is executed and put into the report everything, including the point info, is very blurry, rendering this useless.

    Is this a known issue or is there any way to fix this...

    The other thing i was thinking was to throw a textual analysis above the graphical analysis so that the polishers can at least read the information...


    i'm using both 2010 mr3 and 2011 mr1


    thanks in advance for the help!

  • #2
    The analysis view leaves things to wish for.

    If you can, display the graphical analysis in the CAD-window, zoom in on it and take a screenshot (PRINT SCREEN). Open MS Paint and hit CTRL-V to paste the screenshot and then you can crop it/change it as you want.
    PC-DMIS CAD++ 2o22.2 SP2

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    • #3
      When creating a dimension there is a button above the grapical Analysis that reads text analysis. this will give you a nom and measured value for each point in the feature you are looking at. HIt edit dimension and you should be able to pop up the text. note: the text only shows up on the report.
      Tolerance challenged ... Living in the world of unseen lines.

      This software isn't buggy its an infestation

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      • #4
        @ vpt.se:
        it sure does, it gives you a lot of nice options, however, all is for naught if you can't read the report... but thanks for the help!

        @ Lee Yeah i have that part down, thanks for responding though!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by vpt.se View Post
          The analysis view leaves things to wish for.

          If you can, display the graphical analysis in the CAD-window, zoom in on it and take a screenshot (PRINT SCREEN). Open MS Paint and hit CTRL-V to paste the screenshot and then you can crop it/change it as you want.
          I second that notion.... +1
          Jim Jewell

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