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Controlling Visibility of Labels Within Generic Annotations

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11-15-2013 04:25 AM

I'm controlling visibility of electrical fixtures, 3d geometry and the generic annotations linework via sub-categories, however this leaves labels within the generic annotations visible. Is there a way to link the label within the generic annotation to a sub-category? I know I could use filters but it would be a "cleaner" way to link the sub-categories to the label.

Unfortunately, no. You cannot assign Labels and Text to a Subcategory.

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Re: Controlling Visibility of Labels Within Generic Annotations

11-15-2013 05:50 AM in reply to: bt1101011

Unfortunately, no. You cannot assign Labels and Text to a Subcategory.

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