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Saving drawing with certain decimal places of accuracy

I need to save drawing in dxf format with 2 decimal places of accuracy.
In autocad there is saveas options (saveas->tools->options->dxf options) in wich I can set accuracy...
Is there such thing in BricsCAD?

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  • There are 2 solutions that I know of:

    1. Use the _DxfOut command.
    2. Use the Command Line version of the _SaveAs command. Use (command "_saveas") to start it and then select the _Dxf option. Don't know why _-SaveAs does not exist.
  • @Roy Klein Gebbinck said:
    There are 2 solutions that I know of:

    1. Use the _DxfOut command.
    2. Use the Command Line version of the _SaveAs command. Use (command "_saveas") to start it and then select the _Dxf option. Don't know why _-SaveAs does not exist.

    Thank you Roy.
    Solution number 1 works for me.
    Second solution however does not. After using command _saveas I dont see dxf option (?).

  • @marko_sikiric:
    I am talking about the Command Line version of the command:

    : (command "_saveas")
    : _saveas
    File version R11/R12/R13/LT2/R14/LT95/2000/2004/2007/2010/2013/2018/DXF <2013>: nil
    File version R11/R12/R13/LT2/R14/LT95/2000/2004/2007/2010/2013/2018/DXF <2013>: dxf
    Enter decimal places of accuracy (0-16) [Entities/Binary/Version] <6>:2
    
  • @Roy Klein Gebbinck said:
    @marko_sikiric:
    I am talking about the Command Line version of the command:

    : (command "_saveas")
    : _saveas
    File version R11/R12/R13/LT2/R14/LT95/2000/2004/2007/2010/2013/2018/DXF <2013>: nil
    File version R11/R12/R13/LT2/R14/LT95/2000/2004/2007/2010/2013/2018/DXF <2013>: dxf
    Enter decimal places of accuracy (0-16) [Entities/Binary/Version] <6>:2
    

    I see. Thank you that works as well.

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