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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 1:00:50 PM | Using Region (hatch) in Multiple Views

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I have some regions (hatch) that I want to see in a few different views of different scales.  Because it is annotation it is view specific so to show in multiple views of different scales it has to be copied to each view.  This is a pain because each time I change the region (hatch) I have to re-copy it to each view.

I would like to show one copy of these regions (hatch) in multiple views.  Unlike lines (detail line to model line), there does not seem to be a way to convert from detail region to model region.  I could put the hatching in AutoCAD and then link that to each view but that seems like cheating.  Is there a way to shows regions (hatch) in multiple views with different scales?


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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 1:04:40 PM | Using Region (hatch) in Multiple Views

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I don't believe there is a way to make a "model region" that will show up and change in multiple views


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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 1:20:41 PM | Using Region (hatch) in Multiple Views

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The region will adjust to the scale of the view copied to so it is the same size in relation to the model.  And you copy - past aligned and it will be in the same place.  So I am not sure what you are asking when you are talking about scale.

 

If you are talking about the region's sketch shape - do you understand how to use a detail group?


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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 1:31:26 PM | Using Region (hatch) in Multiple Views

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I only mention scale because if you want it to show in multi views of the same scale you can use dependant views - therefore it is only an issue if you have different scale views.

I did think of using a detail but I have to trace the building walls for this hatching and I could not think of a way to do that in a detail or a component.


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Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 1:41:05 PM | Using Region (hatch) in Multiple Views

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It is not an issue with different scales.  Regions are not paper space scaled, so they change size with the view scale.  And when grouped as part of a detail group, they can be edited in one place and they all change.


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