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Hi there 6587F6D0-197C-46F6-BA3E-841C39EFD141,
The syntax would be FILENAME.EXT (case insensitive), assuming the MS_PENTABLE variable also points to it's location. Else, place the pen.tbl into the MS_PENTABLE location. Or, you will need to code the f:\ull\path\and\filename.ext into the .pltcfg Printer Driver Configuration file.
You could also use your pen.tbl via a Print Style, without disturbing your .pltcfg. You won't have to know the proper syntax if you use the Browse button next to the field, it will fill in for you after selecting the pen table.
I have a .plt file that specifies a custom pentable. What would be the proper syntax for specifying that file in a .pltcfg file?
hi caddcop, thanks for the reply. no, LC="0001" didn't work for a key-in.
There are product forums that are more appropriate locations for your question. That said, what happens if you put quotes around the linestyle names like this: LC="0001"
I have some custom linestyles. The name of the style is important to me, and corresponds abstractly to the look of the style. As it happens, it's a little Boolean since I use 1's and 0's to name the styles.
Apparently no problem with selecting 1111 (or typing LC=1111), selecting 1011 (or typing LC=1011), etc. until you come to 0001, which is apparently interpreted numerically and sets as out-of-the-box No.1 style.
Any way to get around this? The Attributes toolbox drop-down shows my styles properly but when selected, it uses LC=1, it's not the same since I want LC=0001. This is the primary way I use the style, from the Attributes toolbox. Obviously, my .rsc library is able to make the distinction between 1 & 0001.
When I key-in LC=$ then up pops a Select Line Style dialog, which will properly set style 0001, so I know it can be done. Perhaps there is a toggle to control the Attributes toolbox? Also, changing the style in the Element Properties dialog will correctly set the style.
The styles use this pattern
the ones represent the arrowhead positions on the ends of the linestyles.
You would be best served by asking that question in the Forum of the SELECTserver/ Product Activation Community, here is a link:
Using MicroStation V8.5 for a legacy project. Is it possible to modify the MSV8.LIC file to point to the select server to get a license, instead of our company license server? If so, what would the SERVER= line be?
Hello Cusick, that information can be found here - communities.bentley.com/.../4175.microstation-v8i-system-requirements-and-hardware-recommendations-tn.aspx
What are the recommended hardware configurations / requirements for Microstation V8i Series 3 and AECO Building Designer.