Saving a MD60 file as a PDF seems problematic in 6.2. Centered drawings appear offset to the left when viewed as PDF's
Hi Laurie, I'm going to look into this issue for you – please check for a reply to your support ticket!
Thanks, I resolved that problem by using Aaron's method of >print>pdf. Its all good. The issue that is still a problem is my blank line weight window. I get to see the check mark but the actual line weights don't appear, [Screen Shot 2017-10-15 at 4](//muut.com/u/microspot/s1/:microspot:Qqe7:screenshot20171015at4.33.44pm.png.jpg)
Hi Laurie, I'm glad my fix worked for you! This issue you are having is a known visual error - rest assured your line-weights are working, but sometimes the image does not display in the menu. When you are experiencing this issue, you can see the currently selected line-weight at the bottom left of MacDraft. This issue is fixed in the upcoming free update for MacDraft 6.2. Thanks.
Thanks Keelan, I Appreciate the response. Cheers
Are there plans for high resolution mode on Retina Macs? I was quite surprised to launch MacDraft Pro for the first time and find it only launches in low resolution mode. It's the only low resolution app on my Mac which is a bit ironic considering CAD is all about precision ;-)
There are plans! It's something we have wanted to do for a while and it's certainly going to be available in our next major MacDraft update
Thanks for the reply :-) I look forward to it...