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    First things first, I'm new to the site, and would like to say hello to everybody.

    Now, I changed my alignment in my program and this is what I got in the graphics display, Where did all of the ARROWS come from. Tried changing my alignment back and the ARROWS stayed. What in the world is this all about???
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  • #2
    Hi Tclements, Welcome aboard!

    After you changed you alignment, did you run through the manual and DCC align?


    • #3
      Thanks Rebeldude

      No all I did was change the alignment in the program and this is what happened so I changed it back still looked like this and I just wondered if anyone knew what may have caused this to happen. I'm going to run the program this morning so I guess we'll find out if this fixes itself....


      • #4
        Do you have a bunch of un-finished features measured? If you take hits without 'ending' the feature, you will get a bunch of arrows showing where the hits were. False triggers will also put those arrows in the graphics.
        Originally posted by AndersI
        I've got one from September 2006 (bug ticket) which has finally been fixed in 2013.


        • #5
          Check what Matt said, there is a hit buffer in the lower right hand area of PCDMIS it will have a number there telling you how many hits there are. If it is zero look at you dimensions (probably location of a plane) and see if you have graphical analysis turned on.
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