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fx2032
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Cpoy paste misalignement... at best

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12-05-2007 11:46 AM
Hi, I am wondering if I have missed something here!

I try to copy and paste a small section of piping and instrumentation, with or without "copy with base point"

When I paste the selection it invariable seems to end up misaligned with the grid so I cannot connect to the various symbols and as it is a fraction of a grid square out of position I cannot move it back onto the grid!

Having said that now when i try the same no mater what I do when I paste I get a small text box that says "copy" in red letters!
*Jorge Lopez
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Re: Cpoy paste misalignement... at best

12-06-2007 12:54 PM in reply to: fx2032
Hmm could this be an osnap issue or grid? If you turn osnaps / snap to grid
off do you see this offsetting?


"fx2032" wrote in message news:5793475@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hi, I am wondering if I have missed something here!

I try to copy and paste a small section of piping and instrumentation, with
or without "copy with base point"

When I paste the selection it invariable seems to end up misaligned with
the grid so I cannot connect to the various symbols and as it is a fraction
of a grid square out of position I cannot move it back onto the grid!

Having said that now when i try the same no mater what I do when I paste I
get a small text box that says "copy" in red letters!

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