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You can add the object while you're in REFEDIT mode, and the object will be automatically added into the working set. Command: REFEDIT Select reference: Select nested objects: 1 entity added Select nested objects: 1 item selected Errors found in references to other objects: ** Object reference missing: AcDbMText, to AcDbLeader. *Cancel* Thanks. New or wrong translation of a command? Source

Download & Installation New: Get an Activation Code Mac OS X 10.12 Support Windows 10 Support Autodesk Online Store Help Software Downloads Serial Numbers & Product Keys Installation & Licensing Online The REFEDIT toolbar. Visit the Forum Contributed By Support Need Assistance? Is there no way around this problem?

Edit Block In Place Not Working

Reply With Quote 2009-12-28,11:26 PM #8 irneb View Profile View Forum Posts Certifiable AUGI Addict Join Date 2015-11 Location Jo'burg SA Posts 4,512 Re: Refedit cannot save changes back... After I've cycled through to the nested block Bolt, I'll dismiss the dialog by hitting the OK button. then it will open again in 2011. This makes it easy to see what you're working with and keeps everything else out of the way.

the only time that i dont experience this problem is with a small block that is just a simple object. Drawing2.dwg ‏39 KB Reply 0 Kudos *Bill DeShawn

Post 4 of 6 Share Report Re: REFEDIT PROBLEM ??? Related Concepts About Editing Selected Objects in Referenced Drawings and Blocks Related Reference Edit Reference Ribbon Contextual Tab Reference Edit Dialog Box -REFEDIT (Command) Commands for Editing External References Related Articles How To Enable Block Editor In Autocad However,when you double-clicked on the block,the Propertiesdialog boxfor the block was displayed instead.

Blocks of this type should have its nested objects on layer 0. now that you seem to have a fix for the issue, it may be time to re-evaluate your work practices. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. The dialog box shown in Figure 3 appears, and it indicates to me that I've selected a block nested within an external reference.

Then tell the bloody architects not to send you xrefs that you don't want. Autocad Double Click Block Edit Not Working And can someone tell me how to fix it? but its a lot faster for small things in my drawing to refedit a block then to wait for the program to open the exref and edit that and close it Nothing there that can cause this problem.

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The preview images display the xref as it was last saved in the reference drawing, and you'll find any changes you make will not be reflected in the preview during the EN: English commands - CZ: České příkazy - DE: Deutsche Befehle - FR: Français commandes - ES: Español comandos - IT: Italiano comandi - PT: Português comandos - PL: Polskie polecenia Edit Block In Place Not Working This would actually allow you to keep the object in the current drawing and remove it from the referenced drawing (confused yet?). Autocad Edit Block In Place Not Working no i'm not trying to add block or part from an x-refrence.

For example, a layer called Furniture from a drawing called Mouse would look like this: Mouse$0$Furniture If the Enable Unique Layer and Symbol Names option is selected, you'll find the above this contact form but then who has time to sit around and read those menus anyway? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Skip to main content English Deutsch English 日本語 Autodesk Knowledge Network {{$select.selected.display}} {{product.selected.display}} Search Submit × Support & LearningGetting StartedLearn & ExploreTroubleshootingSystem RequirementsDownloadsOperating System CompatibilityCustomer ServiceInstallation, Activation & LicensingNetwork License AdministrationAccount Edit Block In Place Autocad 2015

  • Usually that happens through one of the above methods or a custom command.
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  • If you want to remove an object from the working set (and delete it from the referenced drawing), you can do so by selecting the Remove objects from the working set.
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The "newer" BEdit seems to be more robust, but then it only works on blocks - not xrefs. This means that you have to add these manually. If you need help with redefing blocks I have a word document with step by step instructions that I can email you. have a peek here It should also be noted that if you simply select the external reference, you will not automatically see the nested objects.

From doing site layouts with proposed updates, additions and renovations to be budgeted and submitted for bid, to updating and changing existing drawings to reflect maintenance and repair/revision work done on Block Editor 0 Read Only Visit the Forum FOLLOW AUTODESK Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn All social media PRODUCTS 3D CAD software Construction software Drafting software Painting software Student downloads Design engineering Civil engineering PLM Character animation Adamant CAD Managers might consider setting this variable to 0 in all drawings if they truly want to block this feature.

Just purge it all out before redefining.

I'll be the first to admit this isn't exactly intuitive. Is there a reason why this block is acting the way its acting? The time now is 01:46 AM. Autocad Exit Refedit switch hardware acceleration to software.

I used to have a lisp command called "cleanxdata" that partially solved this problem in ACAD 2006 .. it seems that 2011 does not respond well to refedit command. When you explode it the text will disappear. Check This Out I'll be prompted with the familiar "Select objects:" at which time I'll select the circle in the middle of the bolt (since my goal is to edit its diameter).

After hitting the OK button, you'll notice that all of my bolts now have holes with the proper diameter, as shown in Figure 8. I hate xrefs with a passion.