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Bug: Zoomed in too far! Please zoom out...
28-04-2012, 10:11 PM, (This post was last modified: 31-05-2012, 10:33 PM by shaswin.)
#1
Bug: Zoomed in too far! Please zoom out...
Affected version: Ple4Win 4.2.0
Reproducible: Always

This bug is related to bug http://www.rkconsult.nl/forum/showthread...hp?tid=163 , but without any WEAK elements in it.

   

Steps to reproduce the issue:
Step 1: Open bc.plexe with the Educational version of Ple4Win (see attached file);
Step 2: Go to DF6.2 and go to output table CSTRMAX;
Step 3: Select column ELEM first and then column MISES-M using the Ctrl key and view the Single Graph by clicking on the "Show SingleGraph" button. Don't close the graph;
Step 4: Go to DF2 and set back this function;
Step 5: Go to POLYDIF and click on "insert emty row(s)" button, so that one row is added before Identifier p1;
Step 6: Write the following values:
IDENT: leave it empty
DX-N: 1000
DX-Y: 1000
Z-N: 0
BENDRAD: 0
ETYP: leave it empty
BEND_EL: leave it empty
PIPE_EL: 200
EXT: leave it empty

Step 7: Click on the "Process" button on the roadmap (without testing the table);
Step 8: Go to DF6.2 and go to output table CSTRMAX;
Step 9: Select column ELEM first and then column MISES-M using the Ctrl key and view the Single Graph by clicking on the "Show SingleGraph" button.

After step 9 you will get the message "Zoomed in too far! Please zoom out..." in the Single Graph.


Attached Files
.zip   bc.zip (Size: 181.12 KB / Downloads: 1)
31-05-2012, 09:30 PM,
#2
RE: Bug: Zoomed in too far! Please zoom out...
Jens, did you have reproduced this issue?
24-03-2016, 04:33 PM,
#3
RE: Bug: Zoomed in too far! Please zoom out...
Solved in the mean time as it is no longer reproducable.


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