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Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 3:49:02 PM | sheet graphic override

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hi, am using rac 2011 and am having a problem whem i try to change the visibility/graphic override in a sheet, when i do that it changes in the original view in the model .

how can i change it in the sheet without effecting the original view ???


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Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 3:51:00 PM | sheet graphic override

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Your question is not clear.  Do you mean view instead of sheet?  You can over-ride graphics in a view using the VG settings.

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Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 4:27:34 PM | sheet graphic override

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the problem is when i overrride th e greaphics in the sheet it only effect the sheet itself but not whats inside of it

and if change what is inside of it, it effects the original view

 


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Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 4:47:13 PM | sheet graphic override

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RIGHT! 

 

A sheet is just the "paper" .... and the border and if you add anything in "paper space".    To change a view, you have to activatte the view and change the VG settings for the view.  BUT - VG settings are only for that view - none others.  And since a view can only be placed on one sheet, what is your problem?


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Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 4:52:27 PM | sheet graphic override

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my problem is that i dont want the original view to be effected by the changes i made in the sheet

and it does get effected.


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Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 5:03:16 PM | sheet graphic override

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LOOK - You don't seem to understand.  A view is just a view.   Changes made in VG in a view do not affect the model.  You can have more than one view that shows the same thing. 

 

BUT YOU CAN ONLY PLACE A VIEW ON ONE SHEET !

 

Duplicate your view (with detailing if you want) - place one on this sheet and change the VG of that view.  IT WILL NOT AFFECT THE DUPLICATE VIEW!


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