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Tahir Qayyum

How to Edit Dynamic Blocks

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Tahir Qayyum

I have some dynamic blocks in an old file. I am trying to use the same blocks in another file with some modifications. But when i try to edit it in block, it still remains the same. Can anybody guide how this is possible or what command I should instead of Bedit?

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ReMark

It still remains the same? Meaning what exactly?

 

Attach one of the dynamic blocks, as a DWG file, to your next post and give us an example of one thing you would like to change about it. Someone here will take a look at it.

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Tahir Qayyum

In this attachment, I have a block. I want to erase the text that says 7/100 % and change the color of red line. But when i open it in block editor, the whole block is still intact as unit.

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steven-g

It could be a nested block, it would be much easier if you could post the block.

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SLW210

Are you selecting to save changes when exiting the Block Editor?

 

As mentioned, post the troublesome block and end all doubts.

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RobDraw

If it's an attribute, it needs to be synced. ATTSYNC

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SLW210

That wouldn't have any affect on the red line, though.

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Dana W
In this attachment, I have a block. I want to erase the text that says 7/100 % and change the color of red line. But when i open it in block editor, the whole block is still intact as unit.
Now that sounds like somebody inserted the block into the block editor.

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RobDraw

What attachment?

 

Can you re-post it?

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