Figure 16-25: The Advanced tab is used to refine the hatching process. in .NET

Assign UPCA in .NET Figure 16-25: The Advanced tab is used to refine the hatching process.
Figure 16-25: The Advanced tab is used to refine the hatching process.
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Three boundary styles affect how islands are hatched: Normal: Hatches alternating areas so that the outer area is hatched, the next inner island is not hatched, the next inner island is hatched, and so on. Outer: Hatches only the outer area and does not hatch any inner islands. Ignore: Ignores islands and hatches everything from the outside in. Figure 16-26 shows three copies of the nut hatched in the three styles. To hatch this model, I selected the entire model, except the spout at the bottom, with a window.
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Figure 16-26: Hatching islands using the three boundary styles
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Managing islands when you pick points to specify the hatch
When you pick points instead of selecting objects, you do not need to select the islands. AutoCAD detects islands by default. Once you pick points, the Remove Islands button becomes available, and you can select the islands to remove them from consideration. For example, if you remove all the islands shown in Figure 16-26, the result is the same as using the Ignore style everything inside the outside boundary is hatched. If you don t want AutoCAD to detect islands when you pick points, click Advanced. In the Advanced Options dialog box, uncheck Island Detection.
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On the Advanced tab you can also specify a smaller boundary set than the objects visible onscreen. Use this only when you are picking points and have such a complex drawing that AutoCAD takes a long time to analyze the visible objects. When you pick points to determine the hatch boundary, AutoCAD uses the same mechanism as the BOUNDARY command to temporarily create a boundary for hatching. Check Retain Boundaries on the Advanced tab if you want to keep the boundary and specify if you want it to be a region or a polyline. Otherwise, AutoCAD discards the boundary once it completes the hatch. For more information, see the discussion of the BOUNDARY command earlier in this chapter. You can choose whether you want to include islands in the boundaries that AutoCAD creates by choosing the Island detection method. The Flood method includes islands as boundary objects. The Ray casting method excludes islands as boundary objects.
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You can open a .pat (hatch pattern) file from the AutoCAD DesignCenter, preview its hatch patterns, and drag any hatch pattern into any closed object in your current drawing.
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Dragging and dropping hatch patterns is a new feature that was introduced with Release 2000i. It was inherited from AutoCAD LT.
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Here s how to drag a hatch pattern from the DesignCenter: 1. Click AutoCAD DesignCenter on the Standard toolbar (or press Ctrl+2) to open the DesignCenter. 2. Use the Tree View to navigate to the \AutoCAD 2002\Support folder. If necessary, click the Desktop button and navigate from there. 3. Click the plus (+) sign next to the Support folder and select a hatch pattern (.pat) file. The main hatch pattern file is acad.pat. (Of course, if the .pat file you want is in another location, navigate accordingly.) 4. On the right pane of the DesignCenter, drag the hatch pattern you want onto a closed object in your drawing. If you need more options, right-click the pattern and choose BHATCH to open the Boundary Hatch dialog box and specify the hatch parameters in the usual way.
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To edit a hatch pattern, double-click it. AutoCAD opens the Hatch Edit dialog box, shown in Figure 16-27. You can also choose Modify Object Hatch and then select a hatch object.
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Double-clicking a hatch pattern to open the Hatch Edit dialog box is a new feature that was introduced in Release 2000i.
Figure 16-27: The Hatch Edit dialog box
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As you can see, this dialog box is exactly the same as the Boundary Hatch dialog box, except that not all of the options are available. You can use this dialog box to change any of the hatch properties, however. You can change the boundary style on the Advanced tab. You can also preview the hatch. When you have made your changes, click Apply to return to your drawing. Because hatches are associative (unless you explode them or chose to create them as nonassociative), when you edit their boundaries, they adjust to fit the new boundary. However, if the new boundary is no longer closed, the hatch may lose its associativity. AutoCAD warns you with the Hatch boundary associativity removed message. To move or stretch a hatched boundary, you can select the hatch along with the boundary. However, perhaps you want to change the boundary s layer. You may find it difficult to select the boundary without the hatch, especially if the hatch is tightly spaced. If you are at a Select objects: prompt, use a window to select the boundary and the hatch together, and then use Remove to pick the hatch. Another option is to turn off the hatch s layer. Finally, you can zoom in enough so that you can pick the boundary without the hatch lines.