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Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 10:56:04 AM | How do you Delete levels without deleting everything associated to them???

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Hey all,

 

I originally built a model of a large shopping center from existing survey data just from the elevations alone as at the time i didn't have the floor plans. I now have the floor plans and have the correct levels and have placed them into the drawing so as not to change any of the model already drawn as what is there is correct. I speant a reasonable amount of time reassociating things to the proper levels and now want to delete the old redundant levels.

 

I'm not 100% sure that i have moved everything off those levels onto the new appropriate level, is there a way of deletng those levels without them affecting anything in the model e.g. i don't want things to be deleted without me knowing they have???

Any help is appreciated


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Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 1:51:47 PM | How do you Delete levels without deleting everything associated to them???

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Too bad you just didn't move your levels - seems that would have been a lot easier.

 

I don't know how you can do what you want, iIf you have level hosted items.  You can always leave the levels and just drag them off into space.  << Not a solution I like.


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Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 2:17:42 PM | How do you Delete levels without deleting everything associated to them???

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yeah i didn't want to move the levels as it would have moved the things associated to them, as it stads i've deleted the plans assigned to them and hidden the levels off all elevations and called the levels "do not delete!!!" lol

 

Is there a way of searching for all elements associated with a level? if i could pull up a list through a schedule or similar I might be able to find them and reassociate any random offending element.

 

I would so love to see a tick box somewhere so that you could define whether or not you want things to move when you change the height of your level, I know in theory it's good to have things moving with them but sometimes you want things to just stay still. I "super pin" would be great for this Winking


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