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If I have a seed file that has 3 de

If I have a seed file that has 3 de

If I have a seed file that has 3 de

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If I have a seed file that has 3 design files referenced. And one of those referenced design files needs to updated with a newer design file.  That new design file is called, lets say a fixture plan or FX1.  Im going to put FX1 in the directory so that it will overwrite the old FX1 referenced file.

If the old FX1 has layers 1-15 On, layers 16-25 off and layers 26-32 on, how can I make sure that when I update the new FX1 design file that it will inherit the layer settings of the old FX1 referenced file.

RE: If I have a seed file that has 3 de

This is default behaviour of Microstation.
Example: Your have Files

Active Design File = MS1
Referenceing a File =MS2.dgn

in MS1.dgn you have set levels 1-20 off and 30-40 on and so on  for the reference file MS2.dgn.

 (Which means you are displaying only levels 30 -40 of MS2.dgn in MS1.dgn )

Now if you replace the file MS2.dgn with a newer version of this file.The display properties in MS1.dgn will not change.

I hope I have understood your problem correctly.

Incase you want to update the Reference Level Display in MS1.dgn even this is possible using some simple  MDL functions.


Tx

Rao
Bentley India Liaison Office
msv.rao@bentley.com





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