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Not Able to Copy Paste any of the objects in drawings


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Hi,

 

I am not able to Copy Paste any of the objects in attached drawing.

new block.dwg

 

Errors as follows-

*Warning* Multiply owned object, handle "27"

pasteblock Duplicate definition of block _ArchTick ignored.

INTERNAL ERROR: !dbdxfout.cpp@874: eNotThatKindOfClass

 

Tried dxfout command, gived fatal error

Tried (entdel(handent "27")) , No success

tried Purge, insert and wblock commands , no success

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Is this the error you are referring to?

 

*Warning* Multiply owned object, handle "23"

 

I see via Audit that you also have a bad linetype. $AUDIT_BAD_LTYPE7

 

What is the source of the block?

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This is received from our Client. How can we get rid of this bad linetupe??

Not even able to use qselect tool, gives fatal error....any suggestions??

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Please do not double post. It just causes confusion and splits responses between threads making it difficult to follow the course of the conversation.

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I have been unsuccessful in multiple attempts. I suggest you either redraw the block yourself or make a more determined effort to reach the client.

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Are you telling us that the problem exists in all the drawings you received from your client? If that is the case then it is doubly important you contact the client.

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No one else has responded to this thread, because ReMark has already given you all of the information you need.

 

The errors are caused by these poorly done drawings, if the methods already given by ReMark are not fixing them, not very much else can be done, the client will have to give you workable drawings.

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I have contacted client, they have done solid model in revit and then exported in AutoCAd & later modified in AutoCAd. So source is revit. They can't do anything about it.

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