Sure lots.... but bad thing i have been working in just this one
viewport for a long time and so have to go back to find the one where
the vps went awol...
Just hoped for a reason why... fix would be nice.
Yes saw that and upped to the max... i have lots of sheets and vps...
didnt do anything... vps or on a layer and its turned on dont know any
other way to turn on or off? Since you cant see even the box that used
to be the vport is like they just are not there????
Paul Turvill wrote:
Unlock every layer turn on and unfreeze every layer. Just as a test and
see if the vps come on. Then list the properties of the vps and see what
layers they are on. Take note of the layers, hit undo a few times to
get you back to where you were then look at those layers in layer manager.
What is your problem?
There is also other things that can be going on . There is sometimes
strange relationships between the o layer and defpoints layer. and all
other kinds of variables that could be happening. I was giving advice
that might help him find clues.
What exactly are you doing?
The Jester wrote:
So here fujka is once more, in the playground of the broken hearts ...
Mine ? I don't have any problems. Not one that you can solve, that is.
Yes, you were. I tried to help him too. There was nothing wrong with your
post, I just tried to help as well. As a matter of fact, I thought your post
was very helpful, really.
Now ? Smoking a cigaret and typing a hopefully nice reply to your post.
Maybe I made things more complicated with posting my other reply, but that
wasn't my intention. Sorry if it was.
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