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custom hatch patterns

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    Posted: 02.Dec.2018 at 00:56
I have a hatch pattern writer that I use to write custom hatch patterns for tile work, the when I load the hatch pattern and use it , it does not scale properly. 
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What is the MEASUREMENT variable set to?  If you are using Imperial units it should be set to "0" (acad.pat).  
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JOHN ,iM SORRY BUT I GOT IT , BUT I FOUND THE ANSWER IN THE TIPS SECTION.
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