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Thu, Aug 15, 2019 at 8:40:51 AM | When I make an ''Area plan'' not all the original elements show up.

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Hi.

I have a problem when I make a new ''area plan''. At the new ''area plan'' not all of the objects of the original drawing appears.

Those elements are: ''Detail groups'', ''detail items'' like ''regions'' and also ''overhead lines'' I think. These are what I can see at the last plan I have right now in front of me. Maybe there a few more.

Does anybody have this problem and how does have resolved it? I usually copy the elements from the ''original plan'' to the ''area plan'' but the problem is, especially with big, complicated plans that if you chhange something in the original plan you must manually check also the ''area plan'' in order to make sure that everything is ok.

thank you.

 

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Thu, Aug 15, 2019 at 11:59:53 AM | When I make an ''Area plan'' not all the original elements show up.

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All annotations and detail elements are view specific because they are not model elements.  If you want them in another view, you will have to put them there.  You can copy/paste from one view to another.


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Thu, Aug 15, 2019 at 1:17:46 PM | When I make an ''Area plan'' not all the original elements show up.

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Thank you very much. I use to do it like this (copy paste).

My only problem (and fear) is that in a big project like this one that I have now not forget to change these elements in both the plans since these  element (regions) many times are at the limit of the area and they change, also the area must be change.

Thank you again.


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