When I set a layer as current, every object or line I select in the drawing appear to be on that layer in the toolbar. Although in the properties toolbox, I see that the line I selected is still on the right layer.
I can't work in paperspace either, when I freeze a layer it freezes all objects. It seems like whenever I give a different layer to an object, it attributes to all object that same layer.
When I open the same drawing in acad 2008, everything is ok, the objects have the proper layers.
Is there a command for that or it's an acad 2013 problem?
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Are you talking about PICKFIRST variable? if it's zero change it to 1
Are you talking about PICKFIRST variable?
I'm thinking they should make PICKFIRST a hidden sysvar that is not saved between drawing sessions....
rkmcswain wrote:Im thinking they should make PICKFIRST a hidden sysvar that is not saved between drawing sessions....
+1 ... or undefine PICKFIRST, so that the user must first intentionally redefine the variable in order to disable it.
Can we put PICKADD on the list too? Why there is a button for that on the properties pallet is beyond me.
I use PICKADD all the time, you just have to be aware of it and its current setting, or you'll get frustrated very quick.
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