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sinannajm.m
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Registered: ‎06-20-2012
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MEP 2012 Tool Palette

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06-20-2012 11:34 AM

Please help me, I was trying to alter the standard blocks on the tool palette. I have no idea how I messed everything up but I basically have two huge problems now.

 

1. I am missing the necessary default blocks that should be under my edit block directory.....all the Aecb files.

2. Now when I try and put in a receptacle or any other standard block a triangle with an exclamation point shows up upon insertion.

 

Please help me get everything back to normal.

 

Thank you,

Sinan Najm

 

I attached a picture of the "edit block definition" and the troubled smybols. Any and all help would be hugely appreciated.

 

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Keith.Brown
Posts: 1,130
Registered: ‎03-13-2008
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Re: MEP 2012 Tool Palette

07-17-2012 11:02 AM in reply to: sinannajm.m

If you have modified the blocks and need to revert to the original then just copy them over from the autocad template.  You did make a copy of the template before you started modifying it right?

 

The exclamation points in the triangle merely mean that their is a connection that is not complete on the object.  You have probably turned on that feature under the views tab ->MEP Views -> Solution Tips.  This is normal and doesnt mean anything is broken.


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