Dear PID user,
this is my first post here and i did not realy found a solution for my problem in the past postings.
I have annotated all manual valves with a annotation style which shows 2 text lines:
Line 1 >> The pipe Diameter
Line 2 >> The TAG of the valve (Format: Line Number (aquisition from line) + valve code + number + service-code)
(see also attachements)
In some drawings (not every drawing) I want to change e.g. the diameter of the pipe using the "property dialog" or the "Assing Tag" dialog. Normally this modification will change all diameters in the valves, which have been placed to this line. But in some cases the changes of the valve anotations will not be done automatically. I have to klick the "synchoroniszie" button of the datamanager. The changes of the valve diameters are in any cases made in the database, only tha anotation is not updated. If I delete the annotation and reinsert it with the annotation dialog, the changes are also adopted. If move the valve beside the line, and move it back, the annotation is also updated.
I also tried to change the default value (42) of syncstylesmode to 1 or 43, but the problem is not fixed.
I also created a new project and copied all drawings to this new project, but without success.
I also installed the hotfix for data integrity.
It would be nice if anyone coud help me.
Thanks in advance !
ACAD PID 2013, SP1 Win 7 / 64 bit
thanks for your suggestions.
I tested it with the synchstyle command, and the annotations are updated. But it realy waste my time, if I always have to run the command "synchstyle" or klick the button Synchronisize. If you have many drawings in your project, the command takes a while to update the database, and this is verry tendious.
Maybe that is an bug in ACAD P&ID?
Easiest way is to set syncystylesmode to 63. That way, drawing will always stay updated.
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