I am not sure what you guy's think he is saying but it sounds to me that he is having the same problem I am.
With the change in isolation he is trying to isolate layers and AutoCAD is locking then fading them instead of turning them off as it used to. To fix this start the layer isolation command and type s for settings. Then when prompted to select <Lock Layers>/<Off> type o for off. THis sets the isolation command to turn the layers off instead of locking them.
If you are in an active viewport and you isolate layers it will isolate as requested, but when you unisolate the layer it will turn only the unfrozen layers back on. Any layer that is frozen of VPfrozen will remain off. I tend to use a lot of VPfreeze option in my drawings and this glitch is killing my productivity as I am not always aware that some of the layers are off untill I have printed numerous copies of the plan set.
I do not know how to address this one. If you do please help me to love autoCAD again cause right now I'm looking at Microstation information.
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