Plotting PDF's Can Sometimes Show A Jog in The Geometry

January 17, 2022 Ryan Wunderlich

Issue:

You have Polylines that have curve segments and straight-line segments and in Model or Paper Space look correct. 

When plotted using the built-in PDF plotters a jog may appear in some areas:

Causes:

This is a defect that Autodesk is aware of and is logged as defect ACD-14045 with the development team.

 

Solution:

You have a few options:

1.  You can accept the gap in the PDF’s

2.  You can try other PDF plotters (Adobe, Bluebeam, etc.) until you find one that does work properly

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Ryan Wunderlich

Sr. Technical Support Specialist<br><br>An AutoCAD Certified Professional, Ryan is responsible for taking client cases and assisting with issues with the software - everything from regular glitches to software deployments and whatever else goes wrong. He's proficient in AutoCAD (including customization), VBA, LISP, and Civil 3D.

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