QCAD Bugtracker

  • Status Closed
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  • Task Type Bug Report
  • Category QCAD (main)
  • Assigned To
    Andrew
  • Operating System Windows 7
  • Severity Low
  • Priority Very Low
  • Reported Version 3.7.7
  • Due in Version Undecided
  • Due Date Undecided
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Opened by Walter Saegesser - 30.01.2015
Last edited by Andrew - 03.03.2015

FS#1176 - Leaders: Arrow Yes/No state not saved

After saving with format R27, the state of the arrow of a leader “F├╝hrungslinie” is always No (”Nein”) on loading the file.

Closed by  Andrew
03.03.2015 13:02
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Admin
Andrew commented on 30.01.2015 10:21

I'm unable to reproduce this here with QCAD 3.7.7.
Could you attach a drawing file to demonstrate this problem?
Does this also happen when drawing a leader into a new, empty drawing and saving that?
Thanks.

Walter Saegesser commented on 26.02.2015 06:37

Sorry for not coming back earlier, life is a bit hectic right now.
On the last drawing the arrow state was never conserved. On a drawing I've done now it works "mostly".
(On a empty drawing, it works fine.)
I could prune the drawing down to the leaders, with consistent behaviour.
For me at least, the arrow of the upper leader is conserved, on the lower one not.

Walter Saegesser commented on 02.03.2015 10:56

More information, including file

Admin
Andrew commented on 02.03.2015 10:56

Thanks for the file. I can reproduce the problem with this particular leader indeed. I will look into that.

Admin
Andrew commented on 02.03.2015 15:09

This appears to be a restriction imposed by the DXF/DWG format on the first segment of a leader:
- A leader only can have an arrow if the first segment is longer than twice the arrow size defined in preferences.

In this drawing, the first segment would have to be at least 5 units long (2 * 2.5), otherwise the leader is dropped by this file format restriction.
It's unfortunate that this is imposed on the file format level. This means that QCAD will have to impose that restriction on the user interface level as well (i.e. arrow cannot be switched on if the first segment is too short).

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