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LegoArchitect
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Registered: ‎07-12-2011
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Random problems... regarding Leaders

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09-01-2011 06:46 AM

First off, i want to thank everyone who helped me out with my last problem... but I have yet another problem that - I am sure - very few of you have encountered.

 

Leaders.

Why is it that i can see leaders in my viewports in Paperspace, but when i go into Modle space, i can no longer see, touch, move or modify... there is absolutely no sign of there every being leaders when i go into modle space.  Now, i find this odd... seeing as how that is where i origonally drew/ placed them.

 

Another odd thing... if I go into any viewport-ANY- I am fully capable of working with the leaders that do not show in my modle space...

 

I need help understanding how and why this happened, or what caused it... and most importantly, how can i prevent this from happening again.

 

Thanks 

Steve
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Re: Random problems... regarding Leaders

09-01-2011 07:16 AM in reply to: LegoArchitect

Are you using annotative dimensions? If so is your scale set the same in model space as your viewport? Try setting ANNOALLVISIBLE=1?

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Re: Random problems... regarding Leaders

09-09-2011 06:28 AM in reply to: tim.turner

Thanks, i will give this a shot.

I hope it works.

Steve

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