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Satellite From Surface Does Not Insert the Image into the Drawing
Posted by Shane O'Rorke on 24 November 2017 10:07 AM

Satellite From Surface Does Not Insert the Image into the Drawing

Note: This affects BricsCAD users only.  

In BricsCAD we found a problem trying to programatically put the image into the drawing.  For this reason, the BricsCAD version does not have a command to import a satellite image into the drawing.

After you use Satellite to Surface, an image is saved in the -Data/AdvRoads-10 folder. It has a name starting with VIS-.

To insert the image in BricsCAD:
- Click on Insert > Attach Raster Image
- Go to your -Data folder (where your drawing exists will be a folder, with the same name as the drawing and a suffix of -Data
- Go into the AdvRoads-10 folder
- click on the image file in there (the image name will start with VisSatellite and be a .jpg format file) and click OK
- click OK on the next form and the image will go into the right spot in the drawing.

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