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Author Topic: 'Paint' item saved incorrectly  (Read 3099 times)

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Offline Newportnobby

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Re: 'Paint' item saved incorrectly
« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2018, 10:11:42 AM »
Thanks to everyone for their help, particularly MalcolmAl who solved the very first pdf problem and his subsequent fractions of the track plan.
@Big bad John
I'm well used to exporting SCARM to pdf and then pdf to Paint (if I need) but, as far as I know, SCARM does not allow a simple line drawing to create a mimic diagram, John.
@exmouthcraig
I sometimes feel I have ascended to that level ;D
@ntpntpntp
I'd like to use the tape to cover the lines on the plan so am not too bothered about fuzzy lines as long as they are no more than 6mm wide! (I thought the tape was 3mm but it's 6mm)

I think we have solved the computer issue for now and the consideration needs to be what size control panel is practical/manageable and this is in the DC wiring section.

Thanks again to everyone :beers:

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Re: 'Paint' item saved incorrectly
« Reply #31 on: March 16, 2018, 11:06:13 AM »
I think we have solved the computer issue for now
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If you have any problems stitching the PDFs to you final size choice give me a shout and we can attack your original jpeg.
Then you can easily rotate or resize them to fit in your 'Paint' or similar picture prog.

 

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