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SaveAsFlatDXFEx

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Has anyone had any success with SaveAsFlatDXFEx?

 

‘UseFlatPatternModel’ seems to have no influence on the result. The face, edge and vertex are used to orient the flat pattern as per SaveAsFlatDXF.

 

Why does it require a face, edge and vertex if it’s going to ‘UseFlatPatternModel’??? I tried passing it nothing for face, edge and vertex and that’s exactly what I got back!

 

Posted by: Dave Rothan
Post date: 1/30/2011 1:01:13 AM

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RE: SaveAsFlatDXFEx

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Sub SaveAsFlatDXFEx ( _

FileName As String, _

Face As Object, _

Edge As Object, _

Vertex As Object, _

UseFlatPatternModel As Boolean _

)

 

 

Posted by: Dave Rothan
Post date: 1/30/2011 1:02:03 AM

RE: SaveAsFlatDXFEx

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Posted by: Dave Rothan
Post date: 2/8/2011 2:04:57 AM

RE: SaveAsFlatDXFEx

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Hi,

 

me too i'm wondering about the advantage of using SaveAsFlatDxfEx when we still have to provide the parameters for face, edge and vertex as required by the older SaveAsFlatDxf method.

Has anybody made some experience meanwhile?

 

Posted by: Wolfgang Kunert
Post date: 10/19/2011 9:20:59 PM

Re: SaveAsFlatDXFEx

hey friend, try use Nothing instead of Null, like:

fModels.SaveAsFlatDXFEx(filename, Nothing, Nothing, Nothing, True)