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 Posted: Sat Feb 16th, 2013 07:24 am
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I am currently building Scalescenes T005a-OO Low-Relief High Street Backs.  I wanted to print off another overlay for one of the chimneys as the first one applied was not quite straight when fitted. I zoomed in on the required overlay, clicked on the print icon, and intended to click on 'Current View' but it is not shown in the print box.  When I selected another model, the signal box, the 'Current View' option was available, and likewise with the Medium Station Building, but not with the Low-Relief High Street (Fronts).

Can anyone throw any light as to why the 'Current View'  option in the 'Print' box is available with some models but not others?  Could it be something to do with how I am saving the Adobe files, or possibly how they are created by John at Scalescenes?

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Terry, John is a member on YMR. PM him - his ID is Scalescenes



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Good advice, Ron, meanwhile, not an egg-sucking lesson, but I presume you are using 'Marquee Zoom' the 'Print' then in 'pages to print' selecting 'More options' and finally 'Current view'? The order/words may have been changed in the last ut one Adobe update.
Remember that Scalescenes prints are 'zoned' across the page and you sometimes can not solely print one small detail in the middle of a page.
I have checked with High Street Shops Backs, dated download 4/10/2012 and it works o.k.
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Thanks Ron, I might try that.

Doug, thanks for your reply.  I'm doing it as per your instructions.  I'm completely stumped as to why this is happening.

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I have certainly not set up any of the files to disable this very handy feature. As long as the page/screen view is greater than 100%, the print current view option should be available. In the Adobe Reader 10 it is tucked away under 'More options'. Please ensure that ‘Actual size’ is also selected.

If you don't have any luck, just email me and I'll set up a custom page for you with the elements your require.

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Thanks John.  It must be something going on at my end.
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