I just tried this myself (thanks for the tip). Oddly enuogh it isn't crashing even though the SDI value was already at 0, I entered 0 and tried the typical crash rutine of vaulting my project and they actually vaulted....no crash. No crash for changing the sheet values in the project properties dialog box either. More testing to ensue here.
Ronald Michaud Electrical Engineer Darly Custom Technology Inc. www.darlytech.com Via Lite V3 thru ACADE 2011
I zipped up a package for you to analyze. Hopefully you will get it via email. I guess I can only public share links one file at a time, and not a whole folder. If you join drop box (free account) you could access the folder. Sorry about that. The zip file is about 8M.
Well so far some "good" news.... our friends within Autodesk's technical support group have been able to duplicate one of my concerns. Specifically the accessibility of the "Misc_Cat" data table in the Parts lookup function. Without going into a great deal of detail, due to limitations, as a result of our desire to link my company's erp database (MS Access) with Acade, I had taken the company's database and was using it in Acade I had named it Misc_Cat as outlined, if you will, in the Project properties. The problem is that even though I might be editing an existing drawing the Misc_Cat table would not come up in the "Table" pull down list top centre of the Parts Lookup dialog window, I would have to "look" for it. Cause of this has been identified as a result of our "Misc_Cat" table was named using a mix of upper, and lower, case characters. When reworked to be "MISC_CAT" that part works, this is an obvious change from past versions as with 2008, 2009, and 2010 this issue didn't exist. What still doesn't work, cause of which has yet to be identified, is the "OK" button. As long as there are other data tables (CR, AM, MS etc.) to use the "OK" button is active and usable. However, when using our MISC_CAT the "OK" button is grayed out and not active, to select a part the part must be double clicked. This has also been duplicated by the tech people just, as I indicated previously, not determined why as yet. Score one for the Tech people at Autodesk and for my sanity.
Thanks to you Pat and the Tech group for the assistance thus far.