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Wed, Oct 14, 2020 at 7:52:19 PM | I cannot grip a wall in my model

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wilray


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I have a model that was started by a coleague in my office. I can work with every item in the model except or 5 basement walls. They will not allow me to grip them to hiighlight them at all. How can i fix this? My coleague can still work with these walls.

 


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Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 12:54:51 PM | I cannot grip a wall in my model

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Check the view range of the view you are tryiing to grab them.  Can you grab them in other views such as the 3D view?


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Tue, Oct 20, 2020 at 5:23:47 AM | I cannot grip a wall in my model

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This same issues iam facing also can you help me ?


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Tue, Oct 20, 2020 at 12:54:04 PM | I cannot grip a wall in my model

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When a user borrows elements, or has them checked out, no other users can borrow those elements until the borrower synchronizes with the central model. When they attempt to make those elements editable or try to modify them, they receive an error. If a user would like access to those elements, any changes made to those elements must be saved to the central model and the borrower must relinquish them. If you need the elements, you can place an editing request to inform the borrower or communicate directly with them by using the Communicator.

In addition to borrowing elements, users can check out an entire workset. Then, no other user can borrow elements in that workset. If another user is listed under Borrowers for a workset, you can still become the Owner of that workset. When you become the Owner of that workset, you still cannot edit the elements in the workset that are checked out until they are relinquished. You are the owner of all other elements in that workset, though.


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