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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 3:32:25 PM | Please Help - How to get Level Tags on same side of all elevations??

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I cant seem to get all the level tags on the same side (right) of all my elevations for final drawings. When I set up the East, or another one particular elevation, they will move in another elevation (usually the opposite)... Ive tried doing the 2d/3d thing, Ive tried using broken crop regions... I really dont know if Im doing it the right way. How would you go about doing this?

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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 3:59:23 PM | Please Help - How to get Level Tags on same side of all elevations??

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Usually switching from 2D to 3D will work but you may want to search the help for these topics.

 

Resizing Datum Extent Controls

Controlling Visibility of Datum Using Scope Boxes

Applying the Scope Box to Datums

Example of Datum Visibility in Project Views

Propagating 2D Datum Extents


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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 4:06:44 PM | Please Help - How to get Level Tags on same side of all elevations??

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The datum name <LEVEL> has no relationship with 2D/3D settings and is fully independent in every view.  << So your problem does not make sense.  Adding or removing the level indicator and the end of a level will not affect any other view.

 

Do be aware that the level head is always placed on the end of the line when you stop drawing the level line.  So if you want thm all to be on the right (default template) then draw all new ones left to right.  Otherwise...right to left.


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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 4:30:20 PM | Please Help - How to get Level Tags on same side of all elevations??

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I just want to be able to set up Level Markers, tags?, (the elevation hieghts of floors for example)... whats the right word?. But when I locate them as I want on one drawings, then the 2nd and 3rd... the first somehow gets altered. Why? how do I prevent that?



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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 4:51:19 PM | Please Help - How to get Level Tags on same side of all elevations??

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In order for a level marker to be seen in a view, that view MUST intersect the level marker in 3D.  Yours do not.  Pull the 3D version of your level markers across the view to the other side.  Now you will see them in the opposite hand view.  If you don't want them all the way across, you need to adjust the end as a 2D element.


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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 7:22:40 PM | Please Help - How to get Level Tags on same side of all elevations??

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Okay I think we're onto something... I got it to work right... and let me see if this sounds correct.

Level Markers need to reach across the whole model as a set, meaning ALL of them, and under the 3D setting. Then, per elevation, switch the level markers to 2D and then shorten and/or adjust them to my liking -- hiding those I want to eliminate, etc. This way, the original, driver, or dominant 3D set still crosses the whole model for all elevation views, I've just manually manipulated them by switching some or all to 2D in any given elevation view window.



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Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 8:14:19 PM | Please Help - How to get Level Tags on same side of all elevations??

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By George! I think you have it.

 

BTW - This and many more answers can be found in your HELP.  Learn to use it and your time will be well spent.


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