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rhots
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adjusting the border, NOT the crop view, around a linked model

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12-03-2013 05:41 AM

Hi, I am not sure how to ask this, but our linked model is slightly cut off. When I pick the model a blue border shows up but it is not selectable for adjustment.

I would like to "stretch" it out a little. Is this do-able?

see the attachment

Thanks,

Rick

Hi Rick,

 

That blue outline is typically defined by the extents of the elements within that Model that are visible in the current View. If the model appears to be cut off, that it is likely that those elements are not visible in the current View. Check all relevant visibility settings such as Phasing, Design Options, Workset Visibility, etc., etc...

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Re: adjusting the border, NOT the crop view, around a linked model

12-03-2013 06:52 AM in reply to: rhots

Hi Rick,

 

That blue outline is typically defined by the extents of the elements within that Model that are visible in the current View. If the model appears to be cut off, that it is likely that those elements are not visible in the current View. Check all relevant visibility settings such as Phasing, Design Options, Workset Visibility, etc., etc...

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Re: adjusting the border, NOT the crop view, around a linked model

12-03-2013 07:02 AM in reply to: CADastrophe
Thanks Corey
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