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*Lewis, Dave
Message 1 of 3 (226 Views)

How about a "Open selected Xref in new window" command for A2K?

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09-01-1999 11:52 AM
Because of the changes to the way the open command works
with MDI in A2K, my old open selected xref doesn't work anymore.
Sometimes the Refedit command doesn't cut it and I just need
to work on the entire drawing. I'd like to just type a xrefopen
command, open the drawing, switch back when done and hit
a button saying reload.

Dave Lewis
Senior Cad Drafter/Designer
Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc.

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*Mendez, Daniel
Message 2 of 3 (226 Views)

Re: How about a "Open selected Xref in new window" command for A2K?

09-01-1999 02:12 PM in reply to: *Lewis, Dave
I would like this option too.

Daniel
Cad Operator

Dave Lewis wrote in message
news:37d0756a.5243139@adesknews.autodesk.com...
> Because of the changes to the way the open command works
> with MDI in A2K, my old open selected xref doesn't work anymore.
> Sometimes the Refedit command doesn't cut it and I just need
> to work on the entire drawing. I'd like to just type a xrefopen
> command, open the drawing, switch back when done and hit
> a button saying reload.
>
>
>
> Dave Lewis
> Senior Cad Drafter/Designer
> Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc.
>
> get paid to surf the net
> http://www.gotoworld.com/getpaid/default.asp?rid=1013424908
*Burr, Cullen /
Message 3 of 3 (226 Views)

Re: How about a "Open selected Xref in new window" command for A2K?

10-29-1999 07:39 AM in reply to: *Lewis, Dave
I would like this too!

Dave Lewis wrote:

> Because of the changes to the way the open command works
> with MDI in A2K, my old open selected xref doesn't work anymore.
> Sometimes the Refedit command doesn't cut it and I just need
> to work on the entire drawing. I'd like to just type a xrefopen
> command, open the drawing, switch back when done and hit
> a button saying reload.
>
> Dave Lewis
> Senior Cad Drafter/Designer
> Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc.
>
> get paid to surf the net
> http://www.gotoworld.com/getpaid/default.asp?rid=1013424908

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