randomly from what i can tell, when i make a parent view from model space of 3d objects not all of them will appear in paper space. some times it will only display objects from one layer and other times it will pick and choose. this can also happen when i edit an object in paper space and when i return to paper space objects i was not even editing have disappeared from the view. note this does not always happen, in fact it does not always happen with the same objects.
I really am at a lost to what is the common thread here.
It does not matter if i open and close AutoCAD the objects will still be gone.
this has happened before SP1 but seems to be happening more since the release of it. i can provide a file if that will help
this is only in paper space so i dont see how my settings would affect it but here they are and i have the newest update to autocad.
cpu inten core i5-3450 @ 3.1 ghz
OS windows 7 64 bit
video card amd radeon hd 7570 1 gig on board
I do not see that graphics card on the certified list, what driver are you using?
Try turning hardware acceleration on or off depending on current setting.
Try removing any non essential objects and purging the drawing until it is small enough to post and still exhibits this behavior, then post the file here.
I have the same issue, but I cannot post any of my drawings for public scrutiny. The military takes a dim view on that.
If you are currently using Service Pack 1 (SP1) I suggest that you completly uninstall the SP1 from your workstation. Upon completion, I also suggest to install SP1.1 (Service Pack 1.1). Does this resolve the issue?
Can you elaborate upon your workflow to create the model documentation?
this has been happening with every revision of 2013. i am currently on service pack 1.1.
i use a combination of 3d primatives, press pull off of 2d sketches, extrudes, and booleen logic, x reffs and blocks, so pretty much every thing but meshes and surfaces. and in my expierence it does not matter which ones are in the drawings. and from there go into model space and base view from model space and create the views in paper space. nothing too fancy.
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