I'm having a small problem in AutoCAD 2012. I can't get any grips on any inserted raster image Cpipping Boundary I try to edit. I can select the edge and the line turns into a dashed line, however no grips. The grips work fine on any vector line. Is there a comand to turn on the grips?
Many customers are reporting that if they have SketchBook Designer loaded, then they cannot select grips on images. SketchBook Designer loads by default many times and most customers don't use it. Once they uninstall it, they found they could use grips on images again. Please check to see if SketchBook Designer is loaded, and if so, uninstall it. Can you then select your grips?
I tried uninstalling Sketchbook Designer and it still does not work. Again, my grips work fine on any other line and they are enabled in the options/ selection tab. It only seems to have a problem with the raster boundaries.
Hi Luca, I've solved removing the application "Sketchbook design for Autocad 2012 - Italiano". Maybe, this problem occour only in Italian local installation.
This also occurs with our newly installed Building Design Suite 2013 (English) ... AutoCAD 2013, Revit 2013, etc.
I was able to unload SketchBook Designer 2013 by simply renaming that folder, within the add-ons folder, per information and help from other forums.
I just installed AutoCAD LT 2014 and am having the same problem. I don't have Sketchbook designer installed and my grips are enabled. Are there any other options that I'm missing that would cause the grips on my images to disappear?
I work in a museum and regularly input images into my layouts, so not being able to select centerpoints, endpoints, etc., is really hampering my productivity.
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