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1metadata
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cannot do "retreive from peer" in different sheet

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03-23-2011 11:53 PM

retreive from peer mean get the pin number from the 1st coil, it can be done by "NO/NC SETUP" and select the source coil to get the pin for second sets of coil, however lf you wanna to draw the 1st coil in 1st sheet and the second coil in another sheet this command cannot be done because you cannot select/pick the 1st coil, is it any solution for this?

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KevinLi-Autodesk
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Re: cannot do "retreive from peer" in different sheet

03-24-2011 02:05 AM in reply to: 1metadata

I think this command is only supported in the current active drawing and do not support across drawings, if you only need the value from the 1st coil in the 1st sheet, you can try to copy the coil in the 1st sheet and paste it on the 2nd sheet then use this command to pick it in the 2nd sheet, then delete it after retrieve is done. But it is not convenient if you have many coils needed to do so.

 

 

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Kevin Li

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Autodesk, Inc.
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1metadata
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Re: cannot do "retreive from peer" in different sheet

03-24-2011 05:47 PM in reply to: 1metadata

Perhaps Autodesk aware and find a solution about his matter

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