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ronodom08
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MEP 2013 - Only Layer 0

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08-12-2012 06:48 AM

I am trying to MEP 2013 for a project but I am finding that the program is puting everything on Layer 0.  Supply duct, return duct, equipment, all on Layer 0.  Anybody know what's going on?

 

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Ron Odom

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08-13-2012 07:03 AM in reply to: ronodom08
Hi, selct the menu "layer-standards" (see the pic) there you find a field "Layer key style": Here you have to select a key style, either one of the predefined, or one of your own. If the selction is "actual layer", everything will be placed on one Layer, very often this is layer 0. Joeycool
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ronodom08
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08-13-2012 07:28 AM in reply to: info
Thanks, I will check to see what Layer Key style is selected. Ron Odom, P.E. Sales Engineer Refrigeration Systems Company 1770 Genessee Ave Columbus OH 43211 614.263.0913 / 614.263.6660 Fax / 614.216.2800 Cell
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08-20-2012 06:26 PM in reply to: ronodom08

Ron,

May want to mark this forum post as solved.  It appears to be a duplicate of the support case with me.

Joshua

 

 


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