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    I have a particular drawing with a lot viewports showing various details, however, when viewing in paperspace one of the viewports does not display the image. the contents of the viewport print out just fine but it seems there is a limit to the amount of viewports one can view in a single dwg at one time has anyone had this issue before?

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    Always check the FAQ before posting...

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    you may need to change your system variable MAXACTVP.

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    Doh....and there I was happily sucking away on vino. I never knew that FAQ was there. Hedge, who wrote that one? Not that that you would have a clue, but Blue would.

    Good response, thanks troops.

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    oops... I wrote it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Cullen View Post
    oops... I wrote it.
    You could tell 'cos of the spelling mistake

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    hey thanx guys that was helpful. i had no idea about the maxactvp,however, the default is set to 64 and i had only about ten or so and it was still doing the same thing.

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