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jsvejkovsky posted a topic in AutoCAD 2D Drafting, Object Properties & InterfaceOnce I've created and brought in all my pallets from my content browser. I'll go into the properties of my pallet and check the box that says "Enable Auto Refresh". Is there any way to have to automatically be toggled on? or a way to do this to all my pallets at once. I'm trying to avoid going through every single pallet one by one and check this off on all of them. Thanks in advance.
I have been away from hands on drafting with Autocad for many years (since 2006) but am now getting back into it and need to know how to convert my vast library of schematic electrical blocks into something that I can readily use in AutoCAD MEP 2014. I see that there are palettes as a part of the content browser but they do not seem to be very complete so I definitely need to use the blocks that we have created over the years. So far I like what I see in MEP 2014 a lot and have been able to pick up much from where I left off in 2006 but the lack of relevant blocks is a huge time killer Is
NoelStalker posted a topic in CAD ManagementI'm trying to get my content center library from 2012 to 2013. I'm not having any luck with Autodesk's help. Supposedly it's as easy as Start Menu, All Programs, Autodesk, AutoCAD Mechanical 2013, "Migrate from a previous release" but that part in quotes is not an option. Instead I have "Export AutoCAD 2013 settings" and "import 2013 settings. I've successfully exported my ACAD 2012 settings using this strategy but when I try to import, nothing happens and my settings do not transfer. I've also tried using the CUIX transfer dialog box but that thing is a complete mystery to me. A
one25IT posted a topic in Architecture & ADTI was able to create palettes manually adding AEC objects from the Design Tool Catalog through the Autodesk Content Browser. Still, the English catalog library doesn’t feature all the AEC objects seen in the German version of Autocad Architecture in Youtube tutorials. Does anybody know the reason for that, or a source to find more design styles for stairs and railings?