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Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 3:11:11 PM | Section Tags missing (again)

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I have section tags that are not showing up on certain levels.

I've checked the "hide at scales coarser than" and that matches the scale of all of the levels, I've checked visibility graphics and sections are turned on in all of the levels. I've checked the scope boxes and they all cover the entire depth of the levels in question.

What in the world am I missing here? This is very frustrating.

Additionally, if I create a new section in the level were all the other sections tags are missing - these new section tags are not visible in all other levels or on the elevations. Maybe the answer lies in there somewhere???

Thanks for any help.

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Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 3:17:14 PM | Section Tags missing (again)

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First ... VG?

 

Is this a floor plan or a call-out view?  Call-outs that are not floor plans will not reflect any section cuts in other views.


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Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 3:40:11 PM | Section Tags missing (again)

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WW, This problem is on a floorplan. The section tags show on all other levels except for the basement level, they are not hidden elements either - I've checked that. These are simple sections through a building that show the level in question on the section but do not show the section cut (tag) on that level itself.

Make sense? 

Thanks for looking


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Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 3:50:38 PM | Section Tags missing (again)

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Make a new floor plan from View / floor plan - uncheck the box do not duplicate views....

 

If they are there then you are set... you can copy all annotations from your current plan and paste same place into this one - then delete the bad view.  And ... then you will know that you scred up something but what ?


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