About Hatch Pattern Scaling
The scale of hatch patterns can be set individually, or it can be set automatically
based on the scale of each layout viewport.
- If you create hatch patterns exclusively for a single view or at a constant scale,
you can set the current hatch scale manually in the interface or with the HPSCALE
- If you work with layout viewports in different scales, you can apply scale factors
automatically by creating annotative hatches. This method is more efficient than creating duplicate hatch pattern objects
with different scale factors.
of hatch lines created in a single hatch operation is controlled by the HPMAXLINES
system variable. This limit prevents memory and performance problems. Similarly the
number of enclosed areas in single hatch is limited by the HPMAXAREAS system variable.
Starting in the 2012 release, hatches that are too sparse are also changed to solid fills. This is not always desired, so to restore the legacy
behavior, which leaves sparse hatches blank, set HPMAXAREAS to 0.
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