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"Valid hatch boundary not found" when hatching on Xrefs.

A - answer Some external references (xrefs) cannot be used as hatch boundaries (borders) for hatching in the main drawing.

Normally, you can use xref entities (objects) as hatch boundaries for associative hatching using "inside" points. If you get "no valid boundary" messages trying to hatch with xref boundaries, your xref is probably too complicated or it is clipped. It is not possible to use clipped xrefs (XClip, XrefClip) os hatch boundaries. You can also try to simplify the boundaries by switching off excess layers, or you can RefEdit of the xref, or just NCOPY the relevant objects from xref to the main drawing.

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9.7.2007    13508×  
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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD Architecture ·

See also:
Tip 11415:Error in pattern file. Missing parameter on line XXX.
Tip 11409:Catalog of all available hatch patterns.
Tip 11386:Hatches in AutoCAD 2015 (and higher) do not display linetypes.
Tip 11246:Easier hatching between two polylines - Hatch2L.
Tip 11037:How to hatch area defined by border points, not geometry?


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