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    Default Quick and May be a simple Xref question

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    Hi,
    In the Xref manager my colleague is unable to see red cross mark when its unloaded... See the cross mark in my cad in the below image... Is there any settings to turn it on..

    She just see everything as white and when I click on it shows "unloaded" below... So she actually needed to click each Xref to find out its unloaded or not...

    Please help

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    You might want to check her XREFNOTIFY setting, as shown in the screenshot from the SYSVDLG .
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    Thank you again... Checked the value in her workstation and found out its 2 in there... So thats not the one

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