can you upload those two drawings (source drawing and the drawing where you copy the objects to), if necessary reduce all drawings to a minimum, at least as many elements as needed to reproduce the issue.
- alfred -
I can _insert and check the box to use geographic data and that puts it where its supposed to be, but one my attribute blocks is wildly out of scale. I can explode it and exactly 12 times to large.....
I can insert the attribute block into another drawing and it works fine
Are you copying from modelspace to modelspace? If so I can do that without having anything wrong/scaled.
I used _COPYBASE (with basepoint 0,0,0) and _PASTECLIP into the other drawing.
Can you describe what objects are then scaled ... or better, can you upload the drawing with the already wrong pasted objects so we can compare to the drawings in the previous thread?
BTW: in both drawings the setting for "Scale objects from other drawings...." were set to yes, should be set to 0 in your case!
- alfred -
Where do I go to change the drawing setting? I use _copybase from 0,0,0 and my drawings scale by 12 from the basepoint, I even used a northing/easting point on the magenta matchline on sheet 10, puts it in the right place, but scaled by 12
On sheet 10A, in model space, you can see the eliptical's are scaled. It's an inserted attribute from a dwg file
Here's the 10A sheet I wblocked out
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