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Groups are infected with entities which do not belong to.

Groups are infected with entities which do not belong to.

Groups are infected with entities which do not belong to.

(OP)
When I copy/modify/manipulate/edit entities in an active group other groups are infected with entities which do not belong to.
It is a highly irritating problem and it is too much time consuming to clean up the groups.
Does anyone have a solution for this irritating problem?

RE: Groups are infected with entities which do not belong to.

do you have group operations set to "automatically add to active group" ?

another day in paradise, or is paradise one day closer ?

RE: Groups are infected with entities which do not belong to.

(OP)
Hello rb1957,
Thank you for your response.
Just a single group can be activated for automatically adding elements at a time. The irritating (funny) thing is, that many other groups are infected with nodes, elements, lines, surfaces etc. when entities are copied/manipulated in the active/automatically adding activated group.

RE: Groups are infected with entities which do not belong to.

I'd call the help desk, they can be very helpful. Be prepared to share your model with them, or else (at a minimum) explain the issue to them in detail.

another day in paradise, or is paradise one day closer ?

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