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tetris57

When I use my left click pick button on an entity in 2012 I get a blue grip with a green arrow facing up and a purple arrow facing to the right. This didnt happen in 2011 what is it and how do I stop it?

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Grant

Sounds like a dynamic block as if you click on the arrow it may move. If you don't want that try exploding the block or use 'block - edit in place' which when saved should remove the arrows

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Dana W

You're using MEP 2012, was your 2011 also MEP?

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tetris57

Yes it is 2011 MEp and 2012 MEP...Have a feeling you know what it is

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Dana W
Yes it is 2011 MEp and 2012 MEP...Have a feeling you know what it is

No, not hardly. I was checking to see if it may have been a difference from AutoCad 2011 to MEP 2012. Maybe your new software has a new way of representing dynamic block manipulator handles.

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tzframpton
When I use my left click pick button on an entity in 2012 I get a blue grip with a green arrow facing up and a purple arrow facing to the right. This didnt happen in 2011 what is it and how do I stop it?
Can you post a screenshot?

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cadludde

Does this happen in 3D modelview? If yes, could it be the Gizmo you mean?

Try to set defaultgizmo to 3 and see if it helps..

 

/Patrik

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ReMark

Either tetris solved his problem on his own or gave up. He never bothered to respond after November 2nd of last year.

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tzframpton

I have to agree with ReMark... cadludde, we obviously appreciate your efforts but you are resurrecting some old threads today. I believe forum rules states not to unnecessarily troll threads and bring them back to life unless there's a reasonable excuse in doing so.

 

:)

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cadludde

I understand, just joined this eminent forum today, wich is why i am reading through old posts.

Already learned quite a lot, so thanx for all the input!

 

/P

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ReMark

No harm, no foul. At the end of the week we hand out an award to the person who resurrected the oldest thread.:shock: Believe me, it's nothing you would be proud of putting on your mantel! Translation: pretty darn ugly.:lol:

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