andrew wrote:QCAD does not allow zoom factors under a certain limit to prevent overflows. However, this would be required for drawings with such extreme extents.
Ha ha, you are sure about that?Clive wrote:Hey Husky, your getting too good
Husky wrote:But, if I create a new drawing - adjust the DIM and Drawing units FIRST and paste then the clipboard content into it - it doesn't works with the auto zoom function ....
andrew wrote:QCAD converts the pasted drawing to the unit of the drawing you paste to. So you are essentially converting the drawing to another unit, which results in different (smaller) coordinates, which solves the overflow problem since coordinate values are not that large anymore.
Clive wrote:Yeah, thanks Husky for the tip, increasing the unit size for this particular drawing helps (from MM to CM) and works.
Clive wrote:I guess Andrews fix for the next release will be the ideal situation but for now this workaround works fine, thanks again.
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