I have just recently tested the demo and purchased the Pro version and love to functionality of QCAD for my various product design projects. In my former career I worked with AutoCAD for quite a few years and came to use quite an extensive colored layer system.
Hopefully, this is a simple fix, but I have set colors (for screen distinction) and pen weights (for printing distinction) to a few layers to test their relative appearance on paper. They printed in color, of course- but I realized then (after having it set up in AutoCAD for so many years I didn't think about it anymore) that I had to set the printing color to black. But I can't seem to find that toggle anywhere.
My HP printer settings interface seems to grant me a Print in Grayscale with black-ink option, but still prints the colored lines in shades of gray instead of solid black of a certain pen weight.
Is there a way, within QCAD, to set the layers to print in solid black, while retaining their screen color attributes?
Use this forum to ask questions about how to do things in QCAD 2.1/2.2.
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Mattablue wrote:I had to set the printing color to black. But I can't seem to find that toggle anywhere.
That toggle button is one of the buttons shown at the top in the print preview.
http://www.ribbonsoft.com/qcad/manual_r ... ter09.html
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