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Sat, Apr 12, 2014 at 8:23:14 AM | creating subfolders that have each view with different information

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jimshunk


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Hi,

I am able to create sub folders and locate a certain view to this folder, however, i want to have folders for different stages of a project such as planning drawings, fire cert drawings, construction drawings, etc. as each of these stages would require a different amount of information on the drawings, ie planning drawings would not require fire safety regulations, etc. BUT, when i duplicate the ground floor plan for instance from the planning drawings sub folder, and relocate the copied view to fire safety certificate, and rename, when i make changes to that plan it also changes in the planning drawings view. i copied without detail.

do i have to hide everything that is not needed in each view. i thought when creating a new view in a new subfolder the information  that is put on this view would just be for this view, but for some reason i can not figure out and i hope i have explained myself the best i could here.


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Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 12:27:24 PM | creating subfolders that have each view with different information

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What year ??? Always post.

This sounds like 2013,14 and you have a view template?

Or did you not copy with detailing but instead used copy dependent?

 

Only guessing because you gave so little information.  What did you change?  Model elements?  If so well then yea... model is model and is the same in all views unless you use design options.


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