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MensajePublicado: Mie Sep 10, 2008 9:27 am    Título del mensaje: Grosores de Linea con el Microstation SE Responder citando

Buenas, ¿como puedo modificar los grosores de linea con la vesion SE? Tengo un archivo plt pero al generar un pdf los grosores aparecen muy finos.He tratado de modificar los grosores en penwidth por un numero mayor pero ni caso.
Aqui os envio el plt.
Gracias.



;----------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; System printer configuration file
; Use on Windows to print to system printer
;
; Current Revision:
; $RCSfile: printer.plt,v $
; $Revision: 7.13.2.1 $ $Date: 2000/08/03 14:13:53 $
;
;----------------------------------------------------------------------

;======================================================================
;
; >>>>> WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING <<<<<
;
; Plotter driver configuration files are now stored in two directories:
;
; $(_USTN_WORKSPACEROOT)/System/plotdrv/
; $(_USTN_WORKSPACEROOT)/Standards/plotdrv/
;
; System/plotdrv/ should be reserved for .plt files delivered by
; MicroStation and other Bentley products. Standards/plotdrv/ is
; provided as a place for you to store customized .plt files. To
; simplify plotter selection from the Plot dialog, you may also
; elect to store frequently-used .plt files in Standards/plotdrv/
; even if you do not customize them.
;
; To minimize the risk of losing your changes during a product
; reinstallation, do not edit the files in the System/plotdrv/
; directory. Instead, copy the necessary files to Standards/plotdrv/
; and edit them there. If the .plt file depends on other files, such
; as PostScript prolog (*.pro) files, copy them to the same directory.
;
;======================================================================

; You may produce non-halftoned monochrome output on a color
; device by setting "num_pens=1".
;
; When thin vector elements with highly saturated colors are half-toned,
; they can be extraordinarily difficult to see. You may wish to
; assign such element colors to a specific pen. That pen can in turn
; be assigned an RGB value of your choice.
;
; For example, to change element color 5 from a hard to see, highly
; saturated white to an easier to see gray you could use the following
; line:
; pen(6)=(5)/rgb=(230, 230, 230) ; gray
;
num_pens = 255 ; required record
model = sysprinter

stroke_tolerance=10 ; unitless num 0 < tol < 10

rotate=none
autocenter

; The style records defines how the design file line codes (styles)
; are to be plotted. By default, values are in plotter units (resolutions).
; Values determine pen down/up movements, where (14,42) for a dot
; pattern leaves the pen down for 14 units and up for 42 units. The
; /nohardware switch causes software stroking with these values.
; Valid units are MM, IN, or DOTS (the default)
;
; If you are using Windows 95/3.x you will want to change 'hardware' to
; 'nohardware' in the linestyle definitions below. Otherwise it will result
; in the inability to plot lines that have both weight and style. This is
; due to a limitation in the Graphics Device Interface of Windows 95/3.x.
; Note that making this change can result in less-compact printer output
; from MicroStation.
;
style(1) = (2.362, 23.622) ;style = dot
style(2) = (47.244, 23.622) ;style = med dash
style(3) = (94.488, 47.244) ;style = long dash
style(4) = (2.362, 23.622, 47.244, 23.622) ;style = dot-dash
style(5) = (23.622, 23.622) ;style = short dash
style(6) = (47.24, 23.62, 2.36, 23.62, 2.26, 23.62) ;style = dash-dot-dot
style(7) = (94.488, 23.622, 23.622, 23.622) ;style = long dash - short dash

pen(255) = (1)/RGB(0,0,0)
pen(255) = (1)/RGB(0,0,0)
pen(254) = (2)/RGB(255,0,0)
pen(253) = (3)/RGB(0,255,0)
pen(252) = (4)/RGB(255,255,0)
pen(251) = (5)/RGB(0,0,255)
pen(250) = (6)/RGB(255,0,255)
pen(249) = (7)/RGB(0,255,255)
pen(248) = (Cool/RGB(233,233,233)
pen(247) = (9)/RGB(204,204,204)
pen(246) = (10)/RGB(178,178,178)
pen(245) = (11)/RGB(153,153,153)
pen(244) = (12)/RGB(127,127,127)
pen(243) = (13)/RGB(102,102,102)
pen(242) = (14)/RGB(77,77,77)
pen(241) = (15)/RGB(26,26,26)
pen(240) = (16)/RGB(245,0,0)
pen(239) = (17)/RGB(255,115,0)
pen(238) = (1Cool/RGB(255,168,0)
pen(237) = (19)/RGB(255,214,0)
pen(236) = (20)/RGB(245,245,0)
pen(235) = (21)/RGB(214,255,0)
pen(234) = (22)/RGB(168,255,0)
pen(233) = (23)/RGB(115,255,0)
pen(232) = (24)/RGB(0,245,0)
pen(231) = (25)/RGB(0,255,115)
pen(230) = (26)/RGB(0,255,168)
pen(229) = (27)/RGB(0,255,214)
pen(228) = (2Cool/RGB(0,245,245)
pen(227) = (29)/RGB(0,214,255)
pen(226) = (30)/RGB(0,168,255)
pen(225) = (31)/RGB(0,115,255)
pen(224) = (32)/RGB(0,0,245)
pen(223) = (33)/RGB(115,0,255)
pen(222) = (34)/RGB(168,0,255)
pen(221) = (35)/RGB(214,0,255)
pen(220) = (36)/RGB(245,0,245)
pen(219) = (37)/RGB(255,0,214)
pen(218) = (3Cool/RGB(255,0,168)
pen(217) = (39)/RGB(255,0,115)
pen(216) = (40)/RGB(230,0,0)
pen(215) = (41)/RGB(230,105,0)
pen(214) = (42)/RGB(230,153,0)
pen(213) = (43)/RGB(230,194,0)
pen(212) = (44)/RGB(230,230,0)
pen(211) = (45)/RGB(194,230,0)
pen(210) = (46)/RGB(153,230,0)
pen(209) = (47)/RGB(105,230,0)
pen(208) = (4Cool/RGB(0,230,0)
pen(207) = (49)/RGB(0,230,105)
pen(206) = (50)/RGB(0,230,153)
pen(205) = (51)/RGB(0,230,194)
pen(204) = (52)/RGB(0,230,230)
pen(203) = (53)/RGB(0,194,230)
pen(202) = (54)/RGB(0,153,230)
pen(201) = (55)/RGB(0,105,230)
pen(200) = (56)/RGB(0,0,230)
pen(199) = (57)/RGB(105,0,230)
pen(198) = (5Cool/RGB(153,0,230)
pen(197) = (59)/RGB(194,2,230)
pen(196) = (60)/RGB(230,0,230)
pen(195) = (61)/RGB(230,0,194)
pen(194) = (62)/RGB(230,0,153)
pen(193) = (63)/RGB(230,0,105)
pen(192) = (64)/RGB(205,0,0)
pen(191) = (65)/RGB(205,96,0)
pen(190) = (66)/RGB(205,137,0)
pen(189) = (67)/RGB(205,173,0)
pen(188) = (6Cool/RGB(205,205,0)
pen(187) = (69)/RGB(173,205,0)
pen(186) = (70)/RGB(137,205,0)
pen(185) = (71)/RGB(96,205,0)
pen(184) = (72)/RGB(0,205,0)
pen(183) = (73)/RGB(0,205,96)
pen(182) = (74)/RGB(0,205,137)
pen(181) = (75)/RGB(0,205,173)
pen(180) = (76)/RGB(0,205,205)
pen(179) = (77)/RGB(0,173,205)
pen(178) = (7Cool/RGB(0,137,205)
pen(177) = (79)/RGB(0,96,205)
pen(176) = (80)/RGB(0,0,205)
pen(175) = (81)/RGB(96,0,205)
pen(174) = (82)/RGB(137,0,205)
pen(175) = (83)/RGB(173,0,205)
pen(174) = (84)/RGB(205,0,205)
pen(173) = (85)/RGB(205,0,173)
pen(172) = (86)/RGB(205,0,137)
pen(171) = (87)/RGB(205,0,96)
pen(170) = (8Cool/RGB(168,0,0)
pen(169) = (89)/RGB(168,81,0)
pen(168) = (90)/RGB(168,115,0)
pen(167) = (91)/RGB(168,143,0)
pen(166) = (92)/RGB(168,168,0)
pen(165) = (93)/RGB(143,168,0)
pen(164) = (94)/RGB(115,168,0)
pen(163) = (95)/RGB(81,168,0)
pen(162) = (96)/RGB(0,168,0)
pen(161) = (97)/RGB(0,168,81)
pen(160) = (9Cool/RGB(0,168,115)
pen(159) = (99)/RGB(0,168,143)
pen(158) = (100)/RGB(0,168,168)
pen(155) = (101)/RGB(0,143,168)
pen(154) = (102)/RGB(0,115,168)
pen(153) = (103)/RGB(0,81,168)
pen(152) = (104)/RGB(0,0,168)
pen(151) = (105)/RGB(81,0,168)
pen(150) = (106)/RGB(115,0,168)
pen(149) = (107)/RGB(143,0,168)
pen(148) = (108)/RGB(168,0,168)
pen(147) = (109)/RGB(168,0,143)
pen(146) = (110)/RGB(168,0,115)
pen(145) = (111)/RGB(168,0,81)
pen(144) = (112)/RGB(183,255,255)
pen(143) = (113)/RGB(190,255,255)
pen(142) = (114)/RGB(210,255,255)
pen(141) = (115)/RGB(225,255,255)
pen(140) = (116)/RGB(235,255,255)
pen(139) = (117)/RGB(240,255,255)
pen(138) = (118)/RGB(89,126,0)
pen(137) = (119)/RGB(65,126,0)
pen(136) = (120)/RGB(0,126,0)
pen(135) = (121)/RGB(0,126,65)
pen(134) = (122)/RGB(0,126,89)
pen(133) = (123)/RGB(0,126,109)
pen(132) = (124)/RGB(0,126,126)
pen(131) = (125)/RGB(0,109,126)
pen(130) = (126)/RGB(0,89,126)
pen(129) = (127)/RGB(0,65,126)
pen(128) = (128)/RGB(0,0,126)
pen(127) = (129)/RGB(65,0,126)
pen(126) = (130)/RGB(89,0,126)
pen(125) = (131)/RGB(109,0,126)
pen(124) = (132)/RGB(126,0,126)
pen(123) = (133)/RGB(126,0,109)
pen(122) = (134)/RGB(126,0,89)
pen(121) = (135)/RGB(126,0,65)
pen(120) = (136)/RGB(255,168,168)
pen(119) = (137)/RGB(255,192,168)
pen(118) = (138)/RGB(255,214,168)
pen(117) = (139)/RGB(255,235,168)
pen(116) = (140)/RGB(255,255,168)
pen(115) = (141)/RGB(235,255,168)
pen(114) = (142)/RGB(214,255,168)
pen(113) = (143)/RGB(192,255,168)
pen(112) = (144)/RGB(168,255,168)
pen(111) = (145)/RGB(168,255,192)
pen(110) = (146)/RGB(168,255,214)
pen(109) = (147)/RGB(168,255,235)
pen(108) = (148)/RGB(168,255,255)
pen(107) = (149)/RGB(168,235,255)
pen(106) = (150)/RGB(168,214,255)
pen(105) = (151)/RGB(168,192,255)
pen(104) = (152)/RGB(168,168,255)
pen(103) = (153)/RGB(192,168,255)
pen(102) = (154)/RGB(214,168,255)
pen(101) = (155)/RGB(235,168,255)
pen(100) = (156)/RGB(255,168,255)
pen(99) = (157)/RGB(255,168,235)
pen(9Cool = (158)/RGB(255,168,214)
pen(97) = (159)/RGB(255,168,192)
pen(96) = (160)/RGB(230,153,153)
pen(95) = (161)/RGB(230,174,153)
pen(94) = (162)/RGB(230,190,153)
pen(93) = (163)/RGB(230,212,153)
pen(92) = (164)/RGB(230,230,153)
pen(91) = (165)/RGB(212,230,153)
pen(90) = (166)/RGB(194,230,153)
pen(89) = (167)/RGB(174,230,153)
pen(8Cool = (168)/RGB(153,230,153)
pen(87) = (169)/RGB(153,230,174)
pen(86) = (170)/RGB(153,230,194)
pen(85) = (171)/RGB(153,230,212)
pen(84) = (172)/RGB(153,230,230)
pen(83) = (173)/RGB(153,212,230)
pen(82) = (174)/RGB(153,194,230)
pen(81) = (175)/RGB(153,174,230)
pen(80) = (176)/RGB(153,153,230)
pen(79) = (177)/RGB(174,153,230)
pen(7Cool = (178)/RGB(194,153,230)
pen(77) = (179)/RGB(212,153,230)
pen(76) = (180)/RGB(230,153,230)
pen(75) = (181)/RGB(230,153,212)
pen(74) = (182)/RGB(230,153,194)
pen(73) = (183)/RGB(230,153,174)
pen(72) = (184)/RGB(205,137,137)
pen(71) = (185)/RGB(205,156,137)
pen(70) = (186)/RGB(205,173,137)
pen(69) = (187)/RGB(205,190,137)
pen(6Cool = (188)/RGB(205,205,137)
pen(67) = (189)/RGB(190,205,137)
pen(66) = (190)/RGB(173,205,137)
pen(65) = (191)/RGB(156,205,137)
pen(64) = (192)/RGB(137,205,137)
pen(63) = (193)/RGB(137,205,156)
pen(62) = (194)/RGB(137,205,173)
pen(61) = (195)/RGB(137,205,190)
pen(60) = (196)/RGB(137,205,205)
pen(59) = (197)/RGB(137,190,205)
pen(5Cool = (198)/RGB(137,173,205)
pen(57) = (199)/RGB(137,156,205)
pen(56) = (200)/RGB(137,137,205)
pen(55) = (201)/RGB(156,137,205)
pen(54) = (202)/RGB(173,137,205)
pen(53) = (203)/RGB(190,137,205)
pen(52) = (204)/RGB(205,137,205)
pen(51) = (205)/RGB(205,137,190)
pen(50) = (206)/RGB(205,137,173)
pen(49) = (207)/RGB(205,137,156)
pen(4Cool = (208)/RGB(255,240,0)
pen(47) = (209)/RGB(255,225,0)
pen(46) = (210)/RGB(255,210,0)
pen(45) = (211)/RGB(255,195,0)
pen(44) = (212)/RGB(255,180,0)
pen(43) = (213)/RGB(255,165,0)
pen(42) = (214)/RGB(255,150,0)
pen(41) = (215)/RGB(230,210,0)
pen(40) = (216)/RGB(230,195,0)
pen(39) = (217)/RGB(230,180,0)
pen(3Cool = (218)/RGB(230,165,0)
pen(37) = (219)/RGB(230,150,0)
pen(36) = (220)/RGB(225,210,0)
pen(35) = (221)/RGB(245,180,0)
pen(34) = (222)/RGB(237,210,0)
pen(33) = (223)/RGB(237,180,0)
pen(32) = (224)/RGB(119,140,166)
pen(31) = (225)/RGB(127,160,176)
pen(30) = (226)/RGB(145,182,200)
pen(29) = (227)/RGB(149,184,202)
pen(2Cool = (228)/RGB(149,194,213)
pen(27) = (229)/RGB(149,198,216)
pen(26) = (230)/RGB(152,209,228)
pen(25) = (231)/RGB(142,159,189)
pen(24) = (232)/RGB(157,185,200)
pen(23) = (233)/RGB(162,185,199)
pen(22) = (234)/RGB(165,185,198)
pen(21) = (235)/RGB(170,186,197)
pen(20) = (236)/RGB(173,186,196)
pen(19) = (237)/RGB(172,178,184)
pen(1Cool = (238)/RGB(187,194,201)
pen(17) = (239)/RGB(202,210,217)
pen(16) = (240)/RGB(158,176,159)
pen(15) = (241)/RGB(127,178,141)
pen(14) = (242)/RGB(150,212,183)
pen(13) = (243)/RGB(123,173,161)
pen(12) = (244)/RGB(129,181,181)
pen(11) = (245)/RGB(180,210,160)
pen(10) = (246)/RGB(201,224,202)
pen(9) = (247)/RGB(188,209,189)
pen(Cool = (248)/RGB(190,205,137)
pen(7) = (249)/RGB(206,225,149)
pen(6) = (250)/RGB(208,224,150)
pen(5) = (251)/RGB(215,232,149)
pen(4) = (252)/RGB(219,238,143)
pen(3) = (253)/RGB(147,207,147)
pen(2) = (254)/RGB(205,205,205)
pen(1) = (255)/RGB(255,255,255)
pen_width(1)=2
pen_width(2)=2
pen_width(3)=2
pen_width(4)=2
pen_width(5)=2
pen_width(6)=2
pen_width(7)=2
pen_width(Cool=2
pen_width(9)=2
pen_width(10)=2
pen_width(11)=2
pen_width(12)=2
pen_width(13)=2
pen_width(14)=2
pen_width(15)=2
pen_width(16)=2
pen_width(17)=2
pen_width(1Cool=2
pen_width(19)=2
pen_width(20)=2
pen_width(21)=2
pen_width(22)=2
pen_width(23)=2
pen_width(24)=2
pen_width(25)=2
pen_width(26)=2
pen_width(27)=2
pen_width(2Cool=2
pen_width(29)=2
pen_width(30)=2
pen_width(31)=2
pen_width(32)=2
pen_width(33)=2
pen_width(34)=2
pen_width(35)=2
pen_width(36)=2
pen_width(37)=2
pen_width(3Cool=2
pen_width(39)=2
pen_width(40)=2
pen_width(41)=2
pen_width(42)=2
pen_width(43)=2
pen_width(44)=2
pen_width(45)=2
pen_width(46)=2
pen_width(47)=2
pen_width(4Cool=2
pen_width(49)=2
pen_width(50)=2
pen_width(51)=2
pen_width(52)=2
pen_width(53)=2
pen_width(54)=2
pen_width(55)=2
pen_width(56)=2
pen_width(57)=2
pen_width(5Cool=2
pen_width(59)=2
pen_width(60)=2
pen_width(61)=2
pen_width(62)=2
pen_width(63)=2
pen_width(64)=2
pen_width(65)=2
pen_width(66)=2
pen_width(67)=2
pen_width(6Cool=2
pen_width(69)=2
pen_width(70)=2
pen_width(71)=2
pen_width(72)=2
pen_width(73)=2
pen_width(74)=2
pen_width(75)=2
pen_width(76)=2
pen_width(77)=2
pen_width(7Cool=2
pen_width(79)=2
pen_width(80)=2
pen_width(81)=2
pen_width(82)=2
pen_width(83)=2
pen_width(84)=2
pen_width(85)=2
pen_width(86)=2
pen_width(87)=2
pen_width(8Cool=2
pen_width(89)=2
pen_width(90)=2
pen_width(91)=2
pen_width(92)=2
pen_width(93)=2
pen_width(94)=2
pen_width(95)=2
pen_width(96)=2
pen_width(97)=2
pen_width(9Cool=2
pen_width(99)=2
pen_width(100)=2
pen_width(101)=2
pen_width(102)=2
pen_width(103)=2
pen_width(104)=2
pen_width(105)=2
pen_width(106)=2
pen_width(107)=2
pen_width(108)=2
pen_width(109)=2
pen_width(110)=2
pen_width(111)=2
pen_width(112)=2
pen_width(113)=2
pen_width(114)=2
pen_width(115)=2
pen_width(116)=2
pen_width(117)=2
pen_width(118)=2
pen_width(119)=2
pen_width(120)=2
pen_width(121)=2
pen_width(122)=2
pen_width(123)=2
pen_width(124)=2
pen_width(125)=2
pen_width(126)=2
pen_width(127)=2
pen_width(128)=2
pen_width(129)=2
pen_width(130)=2
pen_width(131)=2
pen_width(132)=2
pen_width(133)=2
pen_width(134)=2
pen_width(135)=2
pen_width(136)=2
pen_width(137)=2
pen_width(138)=2
pen_width(139)=2
pen_width(140)=2
pen_width(141)=2
pen_width(142)=2
pen_width(143)=2
pen_width(144)=2
pen_width(145)=2
pen_width(146)=2
pen_width(147)=2
pen_width(148)=2
pen_width(149)=2
pen_width(150)=2
pen_width(151)=2
pen_width(152)=2
pen_width(153)=2
pen_width(154)=2
pen_width(155)=2
pen_width(156)=2
pen_width(157)=2
pen_width(158)=2
pen_width(159)=2
pen_width(160)=2
pen_width(161)=2
pen_width(162)=2
pen_width(163)=2
pen_width(164)=2
pen_width(165)=2
pen_width(166)=2
pen_width(167)=2
pen_width(168)=2
pen_width(169)=2
pen_width(170)=2
pen_width(171)=2
pen_width(172)=2
pen_width(173)=2
pen_width(174)=2
pen_width(175)=2
pen_width(176)=2
pen_width(177)=2
pen_width(178)=2
pen_width(179)=2
pen_width(180)=2
pen_width(181)=2
pen_width(182)=2
pen_width(183)=2
pen_width(184)=2
pen_width(185)=2
pen_width(186)=2
pen_width(187)=2
pen_width(188)=2
pen_width(189)=2
pen_width(190)=2
pen_width(191)=2
pen_width(192)=2
pen_width(193)=2
pen_width(194)=2
pen_width(195)=2
pen_width(196)=2
pen_width(197)=2
pen_width(198)=2
pen_width(199)=2
pen_width(200)=2
pen_width(201)=2
pen_width(202)=2
pen_width(203)=2
pen_width(204)=2
pen_width(205)=2
pen_width(206)=2
pen_width(207)=2
pen_width(208)=2
pen_width(209)=2
pen_width(210)=2
pen_width(211)=2
pen_width(212)=2
pen_width(213)=2
pen_width(214)=2
pen_width(215)=2
pen_width(216)=2
pen_width(217)=2
pen_width(218)=2
pen_width(219)=2
pen_width(220)=2
pen_width(221)=2
pen_width(222)=2
pen_width(223)=2
pen_width(224)=2
pen_width(225)=2
pen_width(226)=2
pen_width(227)=2
pen_width(228)=2
pen_width(229)=2
pen_width(230)=2
pen_width(231)=2
pen_width(232)=2
pen_width(233)=2
pen_width(234)=2
pen_width(235)=2
pen_width(236)=2
pen_width(237)=2
pen_width(238)=2
pen_width(239)=2
pen_width(240)=2
pen_width(241)=2
pen_width(242)=2
pen_width(243)=2
pen_width(244)=2
pen_width(245)=2
pen_width(246)=2
pen_width(247)=2
pen_width(248)=2
pen_width(249)=2
pen_width(250)=2
pen_width(251)=2
pen_width(252)=2
pen_width(253)=2
pen_width(254)=2
pen_width(255)=2

; linecap, linejoin and miter_limit
; Note: these settings do not have an effect in Win95/3.x
; due to a limitation in the Graphics Device Interface
;
linecap = 1 ; 1=butt, 2=square, 4=round
linejoin = 5 ; 2=miter/bevel, 4=round, 5=beveled
miter_limit = 1.415 ; Larger values allow longer spikes w/linejoin=2

; Specify the mapping of MicroStation line weights to line thickness on paper.
; Units are MM, IN, or DOTS (the default)
weight_strokes=(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31)


; Remove this if no border is desired
; available qualifiers
; /pen=1 specifies pen to use to draw border
; /time adds time and date to border
; /filename adds name of design file to border
;/text_height=0.3 units are cm
;/width=0.3 units are cm
;/font="Arial" e.g. "Arial"
; font names can be found by looking at
; StartMenu => Settings => ControlPanel => Fonts.
; Note: a truetype font, like Arial, will scale
; better than a bitmap font like MS Sans Serif
border /pen=1 /time /filename /text_height=0.4

; Remove this if no fence outline is desired
fence_outline/pen=1

; specifies Resolution on Mac and Units on Mac and OS/2
;resolution(IN)=(0.0,0.0)
resolution(MM)=(0.04233333333333333,0.04233333333333333) ; 600DPI

; Substitute the name of a pentable file to be loaded when this driver is selected
;pentable=\dir\file.tbl
pentable=y:\0-urb\07-UTILITATS\drivers\hpdj1120.tbl


; *** For Windows Platform Only ***
; Uncomment this line to designate a specific system printer, form, orientation,
; and offset. These options can be used alone or in combination.
;
; format is:
; sysprinter /name="printer-name"
; /form=f
; /orientation=o
; /offset=(h,v)
;
; /name
; Notes on specifying the printer name: To obtain a valid printer name, first open
; the StartMenu => Settings => Printers folder. Next to the icon for each printer is
; the printer name. The name will take one of two forms: 1) A local printer name
; like "HP LaserJet 4 Plus", or 2) a network printer name like "hp755cm on printserver"
; which specifies a network computer and a printer share name.
;
; For case 1, the printer name used, in the sysprinter line below, is just the local
; name exactly as seen in the Printers folder. e.g. /name="HP LaserJet 4 Plus".
;
; For case 2, the printer name used, in the sysprinter line below, is specified as
; \\computer\share. e.g. /name="\\printserver\hp755cm"
;
; If the printer is shared on the network by the machine MicroStation is running on,
; then the printer name shown (in the Printers folder) will be a type 1 (local) name.
; In this case, you may specify either format. The computer name needed for the type 2
; format can be found by looking at StartMenu => Settings => ControlPanel => Network.
;
; If the printer name contains spaces or '/', it should be enclosed in "" or ''.
; e.g. /name="HP LaserJet 4 Plus"
;
; The /name qualifier is optional. If omitted, the Windows default printer will be used.
;
; /form
; This value can be any valid form name for that printer, e.g. letter, legal, etc.
; The list of all standard form names is contained in MicroStation documentation.
; In addition, each printer manufacturer may provide a list of form names which
; are valid for their particular printer. These names may also be used for that printer.
;
; The easiest way to determine valid form names is to open the Print Setup dialog
; from MicroStation (or other application) pick the appropriate printer/plotter
; and look in the Paper Size list box to see the valid names.
;
; Note: Some manufacturers have used form names which contain characters outside
; the normal ASCII printable range. Example: for a form name like 8 1/2 x 11,
; instead of specifying 3 characters 1, /, and 2, they have put in the code for a
; special one-half symbol which only takes up one character position.
; To handle this case, the user can enter "ANSI 8?x11" and MicroStation will match
; the actual name.
;
; If the form name contains spaces or '/', it should be enclosed in "" or ''.
; If the form name contains " to indicate inches, the single quote pair should
; be used, e.g. /form='letter 8 1/2" x 11"'
;
; The /form qualifier is optional. If omitted, the Windows default setting for the
; named printer will be used.
;
; /orientation
; This value is either portrait or landscape. The /orientation qualifier is optional.
; If omitted, the Windows default setting for the named printer will be used.
;
; /offset
; leave horizontal and vertical space for the border text - a setting of (0.00, 0.25)
; will leave a 1/4 inch space at the bottom of the plot so border text may be drawn;
; Units are inches if your measurement systems is set to US. Units are MM if your
; measurement systems is set to Metric. Measurement setting can be found by looking at
; StartMenu => Settings => ControlPanel => Regional Settings.
; The /offset qualifier is optional. If omitted, no space will be left.
;
sysprinter /offset=(0.25, 0.25)



; This keyword controls the size (diameter) of points. Units are cm.
; A value of 0, disables point drawing.
; Note that with some system printer drivers, setting this value
; too small, may result in no point being drawn.
point_size = 0.01 ;point_size = 0.03

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; The following options control raster plotting of images by ImageManager.
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
MDLCOMMAND = implot ; For Image Manager
;MDLCOMMAND = dcplot ; For Descartes
;MDLCOMMAND = replot ; For ReproGraphics
ISV_RASTER = 1 ; Plots the raster image, 1=On 0=Off Default=1
; Note: ImageManager uses the smaller of the resolution values
; specified by PIXEL_RESOLUTION and HARDWARE_RASTER/RESOLUTION.
PIXEL_RESOLUTION = 75 ; Resolution of pixels on output (dpi) Default=75
CONTRAST = 50 ; Contrast in percent, between 0-100 Default=50
BRIGHTNESS = 50 ; Brightness in percent, between 0-100 Default=50
RASTER_FENCE = 0 ; Clip the raster to fence, 1=On 0=Off Default=0
GRAYSCALE = 0 ; Plot in gray scale, 1=On 0=Off Default=0
NO_DGNRASTER = 0 ; MS plot of 87/88, 1=Don't plot 0=Plot Default=0
NO_RASTERREF = 0 ; MS plot of 90's, 1=Don't plot 0=Plot Default=0
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Muchas gracias por adelantado.
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MensajePublicado: Mie Sep 10, 2008 11:17 am    Título del mensaje: weight_strokes Responder citando

Tienes que tocar los valores de la línea:

weight_strokes
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MensajePublicado: Mie Sep 10, 2008 3:58 pm    Título del mensaje: Please... Responder citando

hey gran maestro, he tratado de varias los numeros añadiendo solo los impares por ejemplo, pero no varia. ¿que valores debo añadir? ¿cual es la logica?
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MensajePublicado: Mie Sep 10, 2008 6:20 pm    Título del mensaje: Serie de números Responder citando

Hola,

Si te fijas en esa línea los valores están comprendidos entre 0 y 31 que son los grosores de línea que puedes seleccionar con MS desde el combo grosores de línea. Esto en la V8, en la J se depliegan 15 y en la SE no recuerdo.

El grosor 0 de tu dibujo corresponde con el primero de la línea weight_strokes ; en este caso 0. El grosor 1 de tu MS corresponde con el 1 en tu weight_strokes y así sucesivamente. Ahora bien, si lo que quieres, por ejemplo, es que el grosor 0 de tu dibujo salga con el grosor 5 al plotearlo, debes poner un 5 en la primera posición.

Te quedaría:

weight_strokes=(5,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31)

Si quieres que el grosor 1 de MS salga con 0.1 en tu dibujo ploteado:

weight_strokes=(5,0.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31)

Todo en las unidades con las que trabajes, que creo haber visto en mm.

Espero que esto te haya servido de ayuda.

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MensajePublicado: Lun Sep 15, 2008 9:41 am    Título del mensaje: mUCHAS grACIAS Responder citando

Muchas Gracias, lo probaré esta mañana. Te debo una Cerveza¡¡.
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