danielle — 2017-08-11T11:46:47-04:00 — #1
I created a macro for the base model of a dress. When I open this macro in either MacroGen or PatternMaker, the points that define the side seam waist are not at the correct position. When I 'open' (double click) these points in MG and close the popup window again (so no changes made) they move to the correct position.
What is going on and how to solve this? Here you can find he screenshots (I really would like to upload pics to a post, when do I stop being a new user?)
stofftante — 2017-08-12T11:43:12-04:00 — #2
This is a Mueller Draft? I think yu should look at the values of your points. If you have a minus value in x-direction it will go to the left. If it is a + it goes to the right. The points for waist intendations of the front will be negativ and that from the back positiv. Please look. Mueller calculates the waist in a special way, have you done this? It does concern the waist darts.
danielle — 2017-08-14T02:26:30-04:00 — #3
Thanks for your answer, but this is not the problem.
The problem is not the way the points are calculated, but how they are displayed. It happens more often that a point is not correctly displayed in some strange way. Usually it is an one time only event, but this one keeps popping up. I don't change the location or calculation of the points, I only open and close the popup window to have the points displayed correctly.
kind regards, Danielle
stofftante — 2017-08-14T05:26:04-04:00 — #4
I have it sometimes when I put in a new point. After saving and opening again the problem is not there anymore. Time consuming but bearable.
The only thing now I would do: I would look if the point are in a good place at the calculating process. Example: If they need a measurement which is not there at this time.
I had it once when I did a logic and was not carefull enough.
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