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RocksterB
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VPLayer Settings to Model Space

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02-07-2013 03:41 PM

Civil sent a sheet and reference file. I need to reference the civil file into my architectural model file. The civil sheet file has a viewport with most of layers and colors properties set the way I need them to appear in my architectural model floor plan. The civil view is using VPLAYER overrides properties. How can I get civil's viewport layer overrides set current in model space of thier file? I can reuse the file as my architectural backgound model file.

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mhsze
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Re: VPLayer Settings to Model Space

02-07-2013 06:45 PM in reply to: RocksterB

You can use the "layer states manager"

 

Command: layerstate

 

1) Switches to model space in a layout viewport (mspace)

2) Open  "layer states manager" (layerstate)

3) Click "NEW" to create a layer state

4) Switches to model and open "layer states manager"

5) Click box in "layer properties to restore" and click "Restore"

5.b) Or export the layer state and Import to other drawing, do "Restore"

 

*You can create a original layer states for backup before change

and create more state for difference work

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Re: VPLayer Settings to Model Space

02-08-2013 09:24 AM in reply to: mhsze

I will give this a try and comment back to you.

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