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    Default Looking for a slate roof shingle hatch pattern

    Anybody have a good slate roof shingle hatch pattern they are willing to share? I have looked online but have not been able to find anything

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    Default Re: Looking for a slate roof shingle hatch pattern

    You may find a suitable shingle pattern amongst these links (for example in the Shakertown collection) :

    http://www.cadro.com.au/hatchkit/HatLinks.html


    Post a sketch if you're totally stuck.


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    Default Re: Looking for a slate roof shingle hatch pattern

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    Default Re: Looking for a slate roof shingle hatch pattern

    Actually...

    Here...

    417 patterns.

    If a pattern doesn't work, open it in NOTEPAD, you will see that the cursor can go to the line below the last line of code, BACKSPACE to the end of the end of the last character on the last line and save. It should work then.
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    Default Re: Looking for a slate roof shingle hatch pattern

    Is there a way to use any of these pat files as a model-typ hatch instead of a drafting-type?

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    Default Re: Looking for a slate roof shingle hatch pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by jhicks.217421 View Post
    Is there a way to use any of these pat files as a model-typ hatch instead of a drafting-type?
    Please explain what you want to do. A hatch pattern is a hatch pattern.
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    Default Re: Looking for a slate roof shingle hatch pattern

    If you are referring to Revit, search your file system for the text file called Revit.pat. The comments at the head of that file explain how to set the pattern type.

    Hugh Adamson
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