Error Code

Could anyone tell me what this error code means??
INTERNAL ERROR: !dbqspace.h@410: eOutOfRange
This has happened to two drawings now, both of them quite large in size,
being 3d models.
Any help appreciated. Really need this drawing out of the door.
Bigjobs
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Bigjobs
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click at the search link and enter "dbqspace". Mayby you find something what can help you.
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bob.at
Thanks for the tip. But in the end I used partialopen and partiaload to load in the different layers and figure out which bit was corrupted.
I still don't know why, but still, having redrawn the part that was, I am not complaining.
BTW, thanks for replying to my post. No-one seems to want to talk to me in here.
Bigjobs
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Hey boy, i dont know whats your problem. I've looked for your posts in this group and could not find any one *without* an answer
bob.at
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Sorry Bob, a bit of a small rant there. And not really at this group in particular.
I will say that I have had some answers here, and I do know that this is a free medium and no one has to answer. And I do appreciate any replies that I have had.
In particular there is only one post that I really wanted an answer to, as neither me nor any of my colleagues or friends can get this.
news:c8sfs8$8dp$ snipped-for-privacy@hercules.btinternet.com
It is about elevations of offset closed polylines.
Whenever I offset a closed polyline, it appears with an elevation of 0. And I have to do this all the time. It is really annoying, and here is the kicker, it only happens in certain drawings. And I know of no variable that controls this.
Once again. Sorry if I sounded a bit short, it is not only here that I post, there are several other groups I participate in, it is just that here, not many people seem to reply to me, maybe it is that they don't know of an answer, I dunno.
I wasn't really having a go, just voicing my impression really.
Sorry if any offence given.
Bigjobs
PS, if you are wondering why I post from two accounts, work & home. I once got a very uppity email asking why. Weird really.
And it turned out it is probably the system, not acad that corrupted the file, and I managed to partialopen and partiaload the file so I only lost a very small fragment of it, 30 mins later, drawing went out of the door.
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Bigjobs
I cant follow you. At my computer (ACAD 2004) the result has always the same elevation as the original polyline and i cant find any setting. How to you define the offset: with distance our with "through point"?. If you want you can send me one of your drawings and i will take a look on it
bob.at
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bob.at
I only ever really use distance, with my 0 button set as an alias for offset, it makes it easier for the input.
When I get into work in the morning I shall get one and send it over to you if that is ok, like I said, it only does it sometimes. It is just more often than not and not being able to figure it out is really bugging me.
Cheers
Bigjobs
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Bigjobs
Mail away
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Bigjobs
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