Friday, January 25, 2008
- If you use Civil 3D 2008, hopefully you have installed Service Pack 2. However, if you frequently work with TIFF images you may have noticed the “scrambled” look that occurs periodically. There are several quick fixes to this problem, but each has its downside.
1. Reload the image. To do this go to the Insert menu and select Image Manager. right-click on the name of the raster image and select Reload. The downside to this method is that a large TIFF image can take several minutes to reload.
2. Convert the images to a different format. JPG’s tend to not have this problem, however they don’t contain spatial information as TIFFs can.
3. Use brute force in the form of this document. This document walks you through replacing the new DLL with the old DLL.
Please let me know if you try this. I’d love to hear how it works for you!
Posted by louisa holland at Friday, January 25, 2008
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
I've got some FABULOUS classes coming up in the next few months, and I'm trying to pack them in.
January 21st-22nd, and 28th-29th. Madison, WI: Civil 3D 2008 Essentials
February 5th-9th, Minneapolis, MN: Civil 3D 2008 Essentials
February 20th-21st, 27-28th Appleton, WI: Civil 3D 2008 Essentials
Register HERE or take a look at other offerings from my homies.
We have intersection classes and grading classes coming up too - always a treat.
Posted by louisa holland at Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Monday, January 14, 2008
Are you a Civil 3D or LDT user looking for an entry level civil engineering job? I know of yet another company looking for people in either Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Green Bay or Chicago. Shoot me an e-mail, I'll hook you up.
Posted by louisa holland at Monday, January 14, 2008