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Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 2:38:17 PM | Hide unreferenced views

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To isolate views that are not on sheets you can create a filter.  Name the filter something like "Unreferenced Views."

For the Category: you check off Sections, Elevations, Callouts (or whatever type views you want to isolate)

For the Filter Rules:  you choose "Sheet Number" and "does not contain" .....then leave the field blank.

You now have a filter.  From your view, type VG (view overides) , go to the filter tab and add the new filter, now you can control the graphics of unreferenced view tags independently.

Warning:  Interior elevations will control the whole tag (ie the whole diamond) so if you don't have a view of all four walls you may run into problems.


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Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 2:53:54 PM | Hide unreferenced views

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Not sure why you need this, can you explain why you use this?  When you print, you have an option to not show unreferenced views.


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Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 3:39:52 PM | Hide unreferenced views

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Just a preference to keep views clean. Many working view callouts Cryingshown below as purple) can be confusing when trying to work on the plans, even thought they won't show when printed.



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Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 4:09:54 PM | Hide unreferenced views

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OK - I see why you would want to do this.

 

We do this differently.  That many unreferenced views will bog down your project and really make your browser hard to manage.  We ask our users to delete unreferenced, temporary views whenever they are done with them.  If they need to maintain a view for some reason, it is placed in a separate browser folder (do not delete) and must be named with the users name.  Otherwise, our project managers regularly delete unreferenced views.


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Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 11:48:18 PM | Hide unreferenced views

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Interesting topic. I've been wondering how people handle this. I will have to give it a try. 


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