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daceyjimmy
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Registered: ‎09-19-2012
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2d grid bubbles

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09-19-2012 04:05 PM

Hello 

I was wondering if anyone had a work around, for converting all grid bubbles from 3d to 2d, or setting a default so that when you create grid bubbles they are created as 2d. as i am spending so much time having to click on every bubble to change it.

The reason i am changing them is that if I leave them as 3d then when i stretch a bubble in one view it moves the bubbles in all other views as well

 

many thanks James

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LisaDrago
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Re: 2d grid bubbles

09-25-2012 07:54 AM in reply to: daceyjimmy

Have you used the Propagate extents? When you have selected the gridline - in the ribbon it should have the Propagate Extents button - a dialog box will appear and you can select the view you want it to show up in.

That is the quickest way to adjust them all (that I know of).

 

LD


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daceyjimmy
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Re: 2d grid bubbles

09-25-2012 10:11 PM in reply to: LisaDrago
Thanks for that Lisa will try that

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