AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

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Terminal strip Editor / Tablestyle

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08-24-2012 05:22 AM

When I generate a Tabular Terminal Strip I can include the column for Jumpers.

My terminal strip generates OK

So far so good.

But now I want to define the height of the Rows. This goes OK. Except If I have the jumpers column in my table than the minimum row becomes 8.02. With a little bit investigation I found out that a block is inserted in the cell which represents the jumper positions (circles).

The problem is that the name of this block "". Not even a character or somewhat included. I cannot edit it with Bedit because that's giving a message the block name requires at least 1 character.


Anyone who know how can I redefine this block so it works well in the future when I generate the strips?

Or where this block is stored. Personnally I think this block is created on the fly. Because I can define the number of circles to show.







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