AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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*Breslin, Kevin
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Text Component Editor will not take changes

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10-06-2003 05:24 AM
Sometimes if I create a new point label style I can change settings such as
"Precision" but most of the time I cannot get the change to stick. For
example, creating a new point label style in a new drawing created from the
Metric by style prot where I wish to change the Precision, the dialog will
appear that it will take the change but if you save and go back and check
the settings you will see that the change did not stick. I've checked in
the drawings "Label Style Defaults" and nothing is locked. How do you get
the changes to stick? Is this a bug or is there another device locking
these settings but is not graying out the locked fields?

Kevin Breslin
*Breslin, Kevin
Message 2 of 3 (265 Views)

Re: Text Component Editor will not take changes

10-06-2003 05:34 AM in reply to: *Breslin, Kevin
Note: I did find that if you replace the formatted text rather than editing
it will work. So either there is an editing bug or the interface needs to
properly represent the existing text as read only.

Kevin Breslin


"Kevin Breslin" wrote in message
news:2D89CF1B642D3204AEE73C42A0B7CE3F@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Sometimes if I create a new point label style I can change settings such
as
> "Precision" but most of the time I cannot get the change to stick. For
> example, creating a new point label style in a new drawing created from
the
> Metric by style prot where I wish to change the Precision, the dialog will
> appear that it will take the change but if you save and go back and check
> the settings you will see that the change did not stick. I've checked in
> the drawings "Label Style Defaults" and nothing is locked. How do you get
> the changes to stick? Is this a bug or is there another device locking
> these settings but is not graying out the locked fields?
>
> Kevin Breslin
>
>
*Philbrick, Daniel
Message 3 of 3 (265 Views)

Re:

10-06-2003 09:58 PM in reply to: *Breslin, Kevin
Kevin,

The text component editor is used to construct a label string that is
formatted according to the modifiers that are selected on the left half of
that dialog. Edits in that control will effect the next property field
added to the label. Once you have added the property field, the formatting
information is built into the text string. For example, in the Point label,
the Elevation component looks like the following:

<[Point Elevation(Um|P3|RN|AP|Sn|ORD)]>

The modifiers after the label attribute define the formatting for this text
component. In order to change one of the modifiers, select the text
component, change the appropriate values, and select the button with the
arrow pointing to the right. This will update the formatting modifiers.

Dan Philbrick
Autodesk, Inc.

"Kevin Breslin" wrote in message
news:424EAAE9330A583305225339C5E745D8@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Note: I did find that if you replace the formatted text rather than
editing
> it will work. So either there is an editing bug or the interface needs to
> properly represent the existing text as read only.
>
> Kevin Breslin
>
>
> "Kevin Breslin" wrote in message
> news:2D89CF1B642D3204AEE73C42A0B7CE3F@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > Sometimes if I create a new point label style I can change settings such
> as
> > "Precision" but most of the time I cannot get the change to stick. For
> > example, creating a new point label style in a new drawing created from
> the
> > Metric by style prot where I wish to change the Precision, the dialog
will
> > appear that it will take the change but if you save and go back and
check
> > the settings you will see that the change did not stick. I've checked
in
> > the drawings "Label Style Defaults" and nothing is locked. How do you
get
> > the changes to stick? Is this a bug or is there another device locking
> > these settings but is not graying out the locked fields?
> >
> > Kevin Breslin
> >
> >
>
>
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