Hi, Is there a key-in command to turn on a single level in an attached reference file? I want to run a batch process to do this.
LEVEL SET DISPLAY OFF FILE:FILENAME.DGN "LEVELNAME"
(FILENAME.DGN is your file name OR you can use the logical name set in the References dialog. Level name goes in quotes).
Matt SextonCADD Applications Support CoordinatorFlorida Department of TransportationEngineering/CADD Systems Office850email@example.com
Here is my key-in. Still not working.
LEVEL SET DISPLAY ON FILE:Border_PS&E 3.dgn"Clip Boundary Shape"
John, it might be the space in the file name. There also appears to be no space between the file name and the level name in quotes.
Also the Ampersand. I just noticed that. Special characters can give Microstation/GEOPAK grief.
And the ampersand is part of the file name.
Got it to work, I added quotes to the file name, then a space then quotes around the level.
So what I am trying to do is reference in a topographic file into my current file, turn on the clip boundary shape level in my border file, and then clip bound the topographic reference to the clip boundary shape. all this with batch process. I have the key-in to clip bound a reference but now I am hung up on a key-in command to tell it to clip to the clip boundary shape. Am I asking too much? Thanks