Hi dear all,
I have the issue, not really important but a bit annoying.
When i create a generic vertical child component, there is no necessary/optionnal attribute available.
But for generic horizontal child there are here and for other family vertical child/parent too.
So now, i used to create a horizontal child, insert my needed attributes, then change the type from horizontal to vertical.
Is this behavior of AutoCAD normal ?
Is there a file i can edit the needed/optionnal attribute i can insert with the symbol builder ?
Thanks for any idea you would suggest !
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To answer your questions:
1. No, this is not normal behaviour
2. What attributes that are available in the Symbol Builder is controlled by some DWG-files in your symbol library. These files are named AT_VC*.DWG (For Vertical Child), and I belive you understand what the rest of the filename is for
Have a look in your symbol librar(y/ies)!
I got it !
1. That was what i guessed !
2. In my symbol library there was a dwg file "At_vc_gnr.dwg". I renammed it "AT_VC_GNR.dwg" . Now ACE agree using this dwg block
That was easier than i first thought...
Thanks for helping me !
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