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surveyor6925
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Raster

Post by surveyor6925 » Sun Sep 28, 2008 2:31 pm

I have one drawing that will not print a tiff picture. All previous drawigs and all drawings since have no problem. The picture appears in the preview, looks good etc. but the actual print does not have the picture. Model space or paper space, pdf file or plotter, makes no difference.
Is there a toggle somewhere that I'm missing?
Tim Riley

fjt_aus
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Post by fjt_aus » Mon Sep 29, 2008 2:10 am

Check which layer you have the tif on (I usually have a layer for images). Go to EXPLORE LAYERS and go across to the column with the heading PRINT. Make sure there is a YES for you particular layer. If there is a NO then it won't print.

surveyor6925
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Post by surveyor6925 » Thu Oct 02, 2008 12:46 pm

Not the problem. I checked into it a little more. Seems like its a format problem. Everything smaller than a D size sheet will print. Even a D size reduced down to a smaller format will print. Thought this one was worked out. Apparrently it is not fully worked out.
Tim Riley

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Post by getrsurveyed » Mon Nov 03, 2008 12:46 pm

just found this myself.... never tried plotting rasters to my HP-110
but when trying to plot a 24*36 with raster background .. it only
prints some of them .. not all ??

surveyor6925
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Post by surveyor6925 » Sat Nov 08, 2008 7:14 am

I have one now same problem. 24 x 36 format, three viewports. The viewport on either end will print the raster. The middle viewport, whcih is what I would rather have, does not print. Size of the raster is 156M tiff. I can print to a 11x17, at a greatly reduced scale just fine. It's the larger formats that are the issue
Tim Riley

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