AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

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Update View Changes Position of Graphics in Paperspace

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03-17-2011 08:16 AM

When we update our ortho views the paperspace view shifts location. This happens on all our projects that have no relation to each other. Everything remains in the correct location in modelspace but the paperspace view shifts, even if there are no changes to the actual content of the view. The kicker is it doesn't happen every time... Is anyone else experiencing this behaviour? Any solutions?



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Re: Update View Changes Position of Graphics in Paperspace

03-21-2011 08:30 AM in reply to: scardinal

Sounds familiar.  This happens to me as well.  I haven't found a solution yet, but you are not alone...

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Re: Update View Changes Position of Graphics in Paperspace

03-22-2011 10:08 AM in reply to: scardinal

Yes, same thing happened to me. That happens when you move/rotate the viewport from where you place it at the first time. What I do is copy the viewport next to it, use this copy for the final drawing (move/rotate, etc) and when I update the view, clicking the original view, the copy updates correctly.

not the best but it works for me


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