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InTools Default Border for Panel-Strip Wiring - Missing SPI-2009

InTools Default Border for Panel-Strip Wiring - Missing SPI-2009

InTools Default Border for Panel-Strip Wiring - Missing SPI-2009

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Hoping someone out there is able to help me.
I am a user of Intools, but by no means am I an administrator, so I am struggling to understand the issue I'm having.

I've been generating panel-strip wiring schematic reports, but midway through the exercise the border disappeared along with drawing number/title and revision data. This seems to be an issue affecting all projects within our Intools platform and not just the current project. Loop diagrams and process spec sheets are unaffected by this issue.
Does anyone have any explanation for this?

I've carried out all the usual log off/log on nonsense, rebooted the Intools server, deleted all global revisions that I'd added, rebuilt the triggers and procedures within administration and nothing has worked.

If anyone can help I'd be very grateful.

Mike

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