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drawing geometry color

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rda
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drawing geometry color

Hello. I'm new in Creo (version 6.0.4)  and I've a problem with color in drawings. I like the default color in part and assembly mode (with blue geometry when see the part in wireframe). But in drawing I want all the geometry black.

If I change the color of geometry in System color from blue to black, it change in part mode and also in drawing mode.

There is a way to change the color only in drawing mode?

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Re: drawing geometry color


@rda wrote:

Is the pen_table the only way to manage color of the drawings? This mean that I can't see what I will plot on my screen, before to plot it. Right?


Hi,

use File > Print > Preview to see what colors will be printed.


Martin Hanák

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Re: drawing geometry color


@rda wrote:

Hello. I'm new in Creo (version 6.0.4)  and I've a problem with color in drawings. I like the default color in part and assembly mode (with blue geometry when see the part in wireframe). But in drawing I want all the geometry black.

If I change the color of geometry in System color from blue to black, it change in part mode and also in drawing mode.

There is a way to change the color only in drawing mode?


Hi,

please attach pictures describing your problem.


Martin Hanák

Re: drawing geometry color

That is what a pen_table is for. It translates a screen color to a pen color and width.

Read the documentation on plotting and pen tables to understand them.

 

Re: drawing geometry color

Is the pen_table the only way to manage color of the drawings? This mean that I can't see what I will plot on my screen, before to plot it. Right?

Re: drawing geometry color


@rda wrote:

Is the pen_table the only way to manage color of the drawings? This mean that I can't see what I will plot on my screen, before to plot it. Right?


Hi,

use File > Print > Preview to see what colors will be printed.


Martin Hanák

View solution in original post

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