You get this error opening a Civil 3D file that was started in an older version and you’ve opened and saved in a new version or get the error when opening the file
This issue comes from how the block is created, and how Multileaders handle that block reference
This problem can sometimes be cured by removing all non-selectable or invisible data in the drawing.
This issue is almost always caused by having Dynamic North Arrows and/or Dynamic scales assigned to that viewport.
Attaching a Microstation DGN file creates a DWG in the folder. The command is DGNATTACH (so using a DGN file as an XREF).
Typically they are in a block definition or in a Civil 3D style, and locating them is proving difficult
IMAGINiT expert Ryan Wunderlich walks us through the AutoCAD toolsets we should be using when working in the Manufacturing industry.
IMAGINiT expert Ryan Wunderlich walks us through the AutoCAD toolsets we should be using when working in the Building industry.
If you have the Civil 3D Object Enabler installed, you can type in -EXPORTTOAUTOCAD to explode the Civil 3D entities to basic AutoCAD entities (This also works in AutoCAD LT).
This problem is usually because you have items at different Z elevations, and are using Object Snaps (OSNAPS) to select start and end points with different Z Values
You have switched your Vehicle Tracking to Named user and are still getting a FlexNet License Finder box
After placing a hatch or when editing an existing hatch to change any parameters, the hatch blows up and is no longer displaying correctly
After installing DWG True View when trying to open an OLE object in Excel you only have the choice of DWGTrueView
This is due to AutoCAD trying to process significantly large numbers of blocks when using the COUNT command.
This is currently by design, as the scaling from the dragged window is using the current scaling of the screen AutoCAD is running on
AutoCAD has a mechanism built in to prevent slowdowns by not displaying all the lines in Hatches. Here's what to do.
How to get Revit Lineweights into AutoCAD, so your AutoCAD drawing plot the same as the Revit Model.
This can be caused by a few factors, but if you've followed the guidance in the Autodesk KB and still cannot get it to run, then the issue may not be the installer.
Ryan covers: What’s so Special about Layer 0 and Defpoints, What’s the difference between turning a layer off, freezing a layer and locking a layer, and Units vs -DWGUNITS vs INSUNITS.
This comes back to how Hidden Visual Styles use Raster and not Vector plotting.