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Quick Prop Palette changed formats :(

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ReMark

No, you don't. You set up your TEMPLATE with the new layers and use that template as the basis of each new drawing.

 

I have not encountered any other people who have had the same problem.

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Sbeth85

ReMark,

There must be a misunderstanding. Nowhere on this post have I mentioned anything about layers. I'm talking about the Layers Properties Manager and the set-up of its columns (aka- I want the Color column to the left of the Name column, VPFreeze next to Freeze column, etc.)

 

Saving and re-saving my workspace has not helped.

 

Here are others threads with similar issues, no solutions yet:

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-2010-2011-2012/Layer-Properties-Manager-Column-Order/td-p/3104782

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-2010-2011-2012/Layer-Properties-Manager-The-Saga-Continues/td-p/3388079

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ReMark

My advice is leave the LPM the way it was when you first started using AutoCAD. Stop moving things around and you won't have a problem. The default LPM wasn't broken so there was no need to fix it. Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. OIE

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Sbeth85

What does "OIE" mean?

 

I don't like the default LPM setup, hence the definition of "customization."

 

In any case thank you for trying.

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Dadgad

Operator Induced Error. :|

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ReMark

Makes me almost nostalgic for the good old days of board drafting. Almost...but not quite.

 

I ran two separate tests after customizing the columns in my LPM and no matter what I did I could not force AutoCAD to change what I had done. My customizations remained intact. What am I doing differently than the OP?

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