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PeterGriffen
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Registered: ‎01-29-2008
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ucs icon changes when zooming in

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01-29-2008 07:58 AM
for some reason my ucs icon changes from the regular model space icon to a strange flattened icon with only the x axis indicated when i zoom in. when i zoom out it returns back to normal.
see attaced jpeg
can any one please tell me why.
thanks very much.
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cc4cad
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Registered: ‎01-10-2013
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Re: ucs icon changes when zooming in

01-30-2013 08:30 AM in reply to: PeterGriffen

I'm having exactly the same problem...I'm using 2012 Acad - with SP2 installed. what is the issue here?...can't figure this out

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braudpat
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Re: ucs icon changes when zooming in

01-31-2013 03:17 AM in reply to: cc4cad

 

Hello

 

And if you REGEN the Viewport ?

 

Bye, Patrice

 

Bye, Pat

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cc4cad
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Re: ucs icon changes when zooming in

01-31-2013 06:53 AM in reply to: braudpat
Thanks, I tried Regen and nothing. However, moving the details closer to 0,0 resolved the issue. But I may not be able to do that every time without great impacts. Not sure if there could have been another way to resolve the issue without moving the objects. I did try setting the drawing limits to include the details, but didn't help... Kind of a weird problem...in addition to it some osnaps would not work.

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