Have you come across situations where MicroStation doesn't seem to remember what area of the model you were working on last time or what active color you used last time, while it does save the elements you created or modified?
The fact is, there are different categories of changes and MicroStation treats them differently. This blog attempts to explain them.
There are three types of changes are Saved in MicroStation:
If you think of an artist working on a painting, the content on her canvas is the most precious. These are her Design file changes. The color and brush she is currently using in her palette are her Settings. These may not be important when she resumes her painting the next day. The position and orientation of her easel are her personal Preferences.
Let me explain Settings further. Generally Settings are divided into two groups:
File Specific Settings:
Model Specific Settings:
More Blogs are coming up so be there:
UPF file got corrupted
how to recreate the same
please do not ask in blog comments, especially when the blog is over 10 years old!
Accordingly to the used product, use the proper forum (e.g. MicroStation forum) and following the best practices, ask there.
My toolbars disappear when I open a previous drawing. I try to selecting File > Save Settings, opt to save them automatically by turning on Preferences > Operation > Save Settings on Exit, but when I re-open MicroStation the setting back to Defaults that means untick "Save Settings on Exit". Do know what's happen & how to solve it. I have big problem missing all the tool boxes. hope you can help me. Thanks.
Good morning. I notice that most of my toolbars disappear when I open a previous drawing. AutoCad never does that. How do I keep the toolbars I like to use on between two sessions ? Thank you.
I would post this to the forums rather than in a blog as there are a few things that can be checked that should fill up blog comments.