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luedersjason
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New Dimensions Needs to be Reassociated

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11-21-2012 08:09 AM

I recently upgraded from AD2 to 2013 Arch....bigggggg change.

 

All of of my old dimensions needed to be reassociated, ok, nice feature I understand that when I move an object now it will adjust the dimension.  (except it doesnt)

 

Im ok with old dimensions having the error. 

 

However, even the new dimensions I create have the (!) icon and need to be reassociated.  If i do reassocate them, the error goes away.  If I move the line the dimension is on, the dimension doesn't update.

 

I did some reading on here about associative dimensions.  I discovered the DIMASSOC command and set to 0.  the (!) icon doesn't appear, but now I get a prompt to verify the dimension value for every dimension I create.

Jason Lueders
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Janet2009
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Re: New Dimensions Needs to be Reassociated

11-21-2012 08:21 AM in reply to: luedersjason

DIMASOC to 0?

Why not 2?

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luedersjason
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Re: New Dimensions Needs to be Reassociated

11-26-2012 09:33 AM in reply to: luedersjason

That worked, thank you.

Jason Lueders
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asbuiltjmh1
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Re: New Dimensions Needs to be Reassociated

03-05-2014 08:36 AM in reply to: luedersjason

I have LT 2014

 

I am having the same issue described in luedersjason's post.

I went to DIMASSOC and it was set to 2 already?

And I have a RED + sign on the ANNOTATION MONITOR, however I cannot turn it to white or change its "state"?

 

Any thoughts? or suggestions? 

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