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CV438
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TrueView 2013 error displaying an ACA2012 XREF

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05-24-2012 12:00 PM

Using Trueview on one machine to open, view and print drawings created in ACA2012.  The actual "model" file opens and displays walls correctly.  But if the "model" file is XREF'ed into a "Sheet" file.. the walls don't display correctly in TV2013...

 

Any ideas?  Downgrade to Trueview 2012?

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pendean
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Re: TrueView 2013 error displaying an ACA2012 XREF

05-25-2012 06:16 AM in reply to: CV438

A limitation so far... .

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robindeurloo
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Re: TrueView 2013 error displaying an ACA2012 XREF

07-06-2012 06:41 AM in reply to: CV438

Any solution for this problem yet? I seem to have the same issue.

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genem
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Re: TrueView 2013 error displaying an ACA2012 XREF

01-24-2013 10:58 AM in reply to: CV438

Same deal here. This is bascially a stripped-down AutoCAD. You would think things would display the same.

Also, I do not see any object enabler for Architecture/MEP items.

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pendean
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Re: TrueView 2013 error displaying an ACA2012 XREF

01-25-2013 05:28 AM in reply to: genem

Plain AutoCAD 2013, not ACA, has a limitation with ACA objects being Xrefed: DTV is the same way. Autodesk hasn't fixed the core program yet so it's fair to say DTV is also broken too.

No fix yet folks, for either program. Sit tight and wait or start pestering Autodesk staff here to gain access to DTV2012 versions instead.

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