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Mon, Oct 29, 2007 at 6:36:02 PM | Combining Elevation Tags?

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Somwhere along the way, somebody made a new interior elevation tag instead of just activating a new elevation off the tag that I placed. This view was then cleaned-up, detailed, dimensioned, VG'ed, masked,filled, componented, lineworked and placed on a sheet. I'd love to reassign this view to the right tag. Any ideas?

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Mon, Oct 29, 2007 at 6:48:28 PM | Combining Elevation Tags?

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You can copy all the detailing to the other view by selecting everything and then use the filter button to isolate the detail components, but I can't think of anyway to transfer over the lineweights.  The only other option would be to overlay the two interior elevation tags (as long as they are referencing the same sheet) so the drawing is labeled correctly...that and spank the person who did it.  Smile  Not much help there, sorry.


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Mon, Oct 29, 2007 at 7:22:02 PM | Combining Elevation Tags?

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That was going to be my approach if nobody had any better ideas.

 

In addition to copying the detail components, I can also create a temporary View Template to transfer the Visibility Graphics settings. Linework (as you indicated) and element-level hiding are the only thing left out of the mix that I can think of. I would have already done all of this but this wasn't an isolated incident, so I have multiples of this situation and decided to take the time to throw it out there for feedback.

 

Thank you for your input and keeping the conversation ball rolling. I have since taught the person how to make an elevation view with existing tags. In general I like the spanking idea, but only on a case-by-case basis. Winking


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Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 4:25:56 PM | Combining Elevation Tags?

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I have a similar case as described above a few years ago -  Have there been any recent changes to the program or other ways to re-assign an elevation view from one host bug to another?  This would also be useful if a bug currently hosting 4 elevations needs to be split into two pieces because of limited real estate on a given sheet.  (if the views occur on different sheets, I would rather see two accurate elevation bugs than a single bug with a dash in place of the sheet number)

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Thu, May 17, 2018 at 11:23:18 PM | Combining Elevation Tags?

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!0 Years later and still hoping they will make this an option!!!


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Fri, May 18, 2018 at 2:39:23 PM | Combining Elevation Tags?

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Perhaps I'm misunderstanding - just change it to the right type.



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