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Fri, Dec 1, 2006 at 7:00:25 PM | Generic Annotations - Hiding Labels

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benfischer


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I need to be able to hide the label in a generic annotation along with the linework WITHOUT hiding all my other generic annotations. I can do this with the line work by creating a subcatagory but there does not seem to be a way to hide the label without hiding all the generic annotation catagories. For example, suppose I have both mechanical and electrical annotations and want to hide just the electrical. When I do this the electrical labels remain. I have attached an electrical annotation family for someone to play with.

If there is a different approach to what I want to achieve, I am open to any ideas.

 



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Sat, Dec 2, 2006 at 10:35:22 PM | Generic Annotations - Hiding Labels

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I can't open your file, so i might be missing the point here, but...

If its a generic annotation, its 2D and it therefore wouldn't really matter if you deleted them all from that view. If you wanted you could copy and paste them all into a new view that you just keep it hanging around till you need it.

Options for turning text labels on and off are limited, but you could add a visibility parameter to the label and turn it off there... you would end up with nothing showing though and don't know how you would select it. If you are after a generic annotation that inclueds both mechanical and electrical notes then this would be perfect for just turning off the electrical labels.


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Sun, Dec 3, 2006 at 1:56:31 AM | Generic Annotations - Hiding Labels

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Sorry you could not open the file.

However your comments gave me some ideas for a couple of possible solutions. It too bad that labels cannot be grouped into the a subcatagory like lines/solids/voids can. At least that is what I am getting from your response.

I will play with this somemore and see what I can come up with. Thanks.

 


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Wed, May 16, 2007 at 9:17:31 PM | Generic Annotations - Hiding Labels

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Just an idea:   Make TWO  CryingElectrical and Mechanical) WORKSETS...?

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