Graphic sreen on scans on 4.2

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    I ran some rotary scans on a flat round blank constructed a plane from the scans so I could see what the shape of the blank is. The scan lines very thick and heavy. Is there a way to lighten these up. I have not seen this in 4.0, 3.7, or 3.5.

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    Not sure if you can make the lines thinner, but you could construct a Curve out of the scan and then hide the Scan line.

    There might be a better option of this though.
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    • #3
      Constructed Stuff

      I did construct a part of a circle with a scan round the OD of the blank. There were two scans one large and a small one between my standoffs. I turned the small scan to points. I then constructed a circle using the points from the small scan and the large scan. The screen showed the large scan but did not put a line through the points. Which I think is a little strange as previous versions I had done the same thing and it showed a constructed circle around the whole blank. Is there something or a setting I need to change or do different?

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      • #4
        I found a place on SettingsEditor to change the font of the scan lines.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by R.Alward View Post
          I found a place on SettingsEditor to change the font of the scan lines.
          Can you share where? Will you? Thanks
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          • #6
            Gday,
            You can edit your scan point density in Settings Editor under AnalogProbing. You can also change the path line dia under Open GL Settings/draw pathline dia..,not sure if this will help you but. Cheers
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            Last edited by Barry Dawson; 07-05-2007, 10:57 PM.

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            • #7
              Here is a link to show how to change the scanline width.

              HERE
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