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Active Contributor bmv
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bmv
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Registered: ‎11-02-2003
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resident objects...?

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02-01-2002 01:53 AM
I have a number of objects that are on layer X, at least according to the properties dialog box, however if I turn all of the layers except layer X off there are no objects visible. The objects on layer X seem to be connected to layer Y, when I turn just layer Y on the objects on layer X appear.What's up? Is there anyway to fix this?
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*Lincoln, Tracy W.
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Re: resident objects...?

12-13-2003 05:37 PM in reply to: bmv
Possibly Blocks defined on Layer Y but inserted in Layer X?

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bmv wrote:

> I have a number of objects that are on layer X, at least according to
> the properties dialog box, however if I turn all of the layers except
> layer X off there are no objects visible. The objects on layer X seem
> to be connected to layer Y, when I turn just layer Y on the objects on
> layer X appear.What's up? Is there anyway to fix this?
> v
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jbina
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Registered: ‎02-01-2002
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12-13-2003 05:37 PM in reply to: bmv
You must redefine the block, with all entities placed on layer 0, and no other layers existing other than 0.
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