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nathan.alday
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IDW View Partial Update

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11-01-2002 08:04 AM
After updating a part, I noticed that one of the drawing views didn't update fully. The dimensions "think" that the
view was updated, since the hole center marks and dimension leaders are all positioned where the geometry
SHOULD be. But the actual geometry didn't update. This only occurred in the base view - all of the projected
views updated properly. I've tried forcing an update by checking and unchecking the defer updates option, but
no luck. If I create a new base view (of the same view), the geometry is properly updated. Any ideas? I would
ordinarily just say a few choice words, delete the view, and "simply" create a new one; but this is the base view
(of course), and my whole sheet is based on it...

V/R - Nate Alday (IV 6, Dual Xeon 2.2, 2 Gb RAM, Quadro 750XGL, XP Pro)
*Caldwell, Larry
Message 2 of 4 (112 Views)

Re: IDW View Partial Update

11-01-2002 08:15 AM in reply to: nathan.alday
Think you can Edit View and un-tick the base view
reference to make the views independent.

~Larry

 


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
After
updating a part, I noticed that one of the drawing views didn't update fully.
The dimensions "think" that the
view was updated, since the hole center
marks and dimension leaders are all positioned where the geometry
SHOULD
be. But the actual geometry didn't update. This only occurred in the base view
- all of the projected
views updated properly. I've tried forcing an
update by checking and unchecking the defer updates option, but
no luck.
If I create a new base view (of the same view), the geometry is properly
updated. Any ideas? I would
ordinarily just say a few choice words, delete
the view, and "simply" create a new one; but this is the base view
(of
course), and my whole sheet is based on it...

V/R - Nate Alday (IV 6, Dual Xeon 2.2, 2 Gb RAM, Quadro 750XGL, XP
Pro)

*Carr, Jimmy
Message 3 of 4 (112 Views)

Re: IDW View Partial Update

11-01-2002 10:16 AM in reply to: nathan.alday
Nate.  Have you selected the view and hit the
local update icon (lightning bolt)?  Might work.


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
After
updating a part, I noticed that one of the drawing views didn't update fully.
The dimensions "think" that the
view was updated, since the hole center
marks and dimension leaders are all positioned where the geometry
SHOULD
be. But the actual geometry didn't update. This only occurred in the base view
- all of the projected
views updated properly. I've tried forcing an
update by checking and unchecking the defer updates option, but
no luck.
If I create a new base view (of the same view), the geometry is properly
updated. Any ideas? I would
ordinarily just say a few choice words, delete
the view, and "simply" create a new one; but this is the base view
(of
course), and my whole sheet is based on it...

V/R - Nate Alday (IV 6, Dual Xeon 2.2, 2 Gb RAM, Quadro 750XGL, XP
Pro)

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nathan.alday
Posts: 32
Registered: ‎12-04-2003
Message 4 of 4 (112 Views)

Re:

11-04-2002 12:03 AM in reply to: nathan.alday
Ahhhh, so you have to select the VIEW to get the
lightening bolt! I learn something new every day.
Thanks!

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