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Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 1:39:16 PM | linked in model not able to move

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We have an architectural model that has both structural and MEP models linked in.  Somehow the structural model has moved vertically 1/2" and we can't seem to make it move back.  It can be moved left-right and diagonally, it just won't moved north-south.  We've tried everything...the align tool, all variations of moving an element...  Any suggestions???


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Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 4:25:33 AM | linked in model not able to move

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One question, when you select the "Move" tool, in your options bar you have the "Constrain and Disjoin" option right? Did you uncheck the "Constrain" and check the "Disjoin" option?

 


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Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 6:41:50 AM | linked in model not able to move

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Yes, I had "constrain" unchecked and "disjoin" checked on.  When I did that however, it told me that elements would be deleted, and when I looked at the warnings, they were all dimension lines all thorughout the projects (in all different views, but not all dimensions were included).  The only thing I could figure out was that they were dimensions that were attached to the structural model's column grids.  They seemed to be dimensions we had drawn to the structural grid BEFORE we started Copy/Monitor of the structural gridlines.  The dimensions that were drawn AFTER we had started the copy/monitor process seemed to be ok and were not affected by this warning message.  I'm just confused as to how the entire structural model got moved...but what's even more puzzling is that if it moved in the first place, why couldn't it be moved back without deleting dimensions???

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