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Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 10:02:46 AM | Line Style is acting up, showing wrong line property

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So, here is my issue.  I am doing some Detail Line work over my floor plan and I am simply trying to use a Line Style 2, which is/should be a solid line.  I checked in my Manage/Additional Settings/Line Styles and it is showing it is solid in there as well.  However, when I go to draw the line, it looks solid until I let go of the mouse button and it goes to a dashed line.  I've tried setting the line style as another type then changing it back.  I've restarted.  All other line styles are fine, it's just my Line Style 2.  Very wierd and it has my entire office scratching our heads.  Any suggestions, or has anyone encoutered this issue before?  Thank you.  


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Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 10:41:26 AM | Line Style is acting up, showing wrong line property

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So, I did fix it, but I wouldn't prefer to do it this way again.  I would like to know what caused the problem still, if possible.  It was a copy of a floor plan, which may have corrupted it?  Anyways, I made another copy of the floor plan and just made sure to copy all the detail work I did to the clipboard and then pasted it aligned to my new view.  Was a little concerning to have a line style go south on me, but maybe that is just the way it is, technology isn't a perfect science....yet.


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Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 10:41:53 AM | Line Style is acting up, showing wrong line property

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So, I did fix it, but I wouldn't prefer to do it this way again.  I would like to know what caused the problem still, if possible.  It was a copy of a floor plan, which may have corrupted it?  Anyways, I made another copy of the floor plan and just made sure to copy all the detail work I did to the clipboard and then pasted it aligned to my new view.  Was a little concerning to have a line style go south on me, but maybe that is just the way it is, technology isn't a perfect science....yet.


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Sun, Aug 21, 2016 at 11:07:44 AM | Line Style is acting up, showing wrong line property

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Thank u for your posts!


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