Im not entireley sure this is the right place for this question but would appreciate it if someone could help.
I have to convert dwg and dwf files to PDF and I am finding problems with the line thinckness.
I am trying to print (to PDF) straight from the Teamcenter Visualization Base to create a monochrome pdf, but on many of the conversions the text appears faded because the line thickness is too low. The DWG in the viewer will appear correctly.
Any recomendations on solving this?
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Have a look at the vvcp.ini file at the following section:
; For DWG files:
; Use this setting to specify the actual thickness of lines in DWG
; files with thicknesses defined as zero. This value must be a
; positive real number. The DwgThickness setting takes precedence over
; this setting.
; Default: (none)
Uncomment the thickness and enter a value. See if this affects the line thickness.
NX 11 | SW 2016 | Creo 4 | TcUA 11.4
Evaluating: AW 3.4
It seemed to be a viewer issue, my default pdf viewer is pdf xchange, this seems to have an issue when viewing some of the pdfs. When I open up the converted drawing in Acrobat it dispays them more or less as they should.