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Lost view titles

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07-05-2012 11:56 AM

We've had this happen in v2012 and now v2013.  Suddenly, every view title on every sheet is missing.  This happend on a 2012 job, and one of our CAD guys figured it out.  Of course this happens again (right when the job must go out) and he's on vacation.  I seached, but nothing came-up. 

 

Has this happend to anyone here?  What is the solution?  THANKS

On one of the sheets, Select the linked View and you will see "Viewport" on the Type Selector on the properties palette. Click 'Edit Type' and make sure that the "Show Title" parameter is set to 'yes'.

 

We often have two types of Viewports - Normal ones and then ones without Title Tags.

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Re: Lost view titles

07-05-2012 12:10 PM in reply to: RandMan

On one of the sheets, Select the linked View and you will see "Viewport" on the Type Selector on the properties palette. Click 'Edit Type' and make sure that the "Show Title" parameter is set to 'yes'.

 

We often have two types of Viewports - Normal ones and then ones without Title Tags.

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Re: Lost view titles

07-05-2012 03:01 PM in reply to: CADastrophe

Thanks, I believe you're right.  I need to be sure how to setup two diffierent types of viewports.  I think I know how this happened.  A schedule is dragged onto a sheet.  It comes in with a number and a title.  "We don't put extra view titles on schedules"  The title is deleted.  I think that may delete all the other view titles, being a type parameter. 

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07-06-2012 05:28 AM in reply to: RandMan

In order to create a new type with no title, click "Duplicate..."  under Type Properties.

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