Why is it that, when referencing drawing models created from saved views, it is not possible to use level overrides? It is common (typical) practice to want to adjust a couple of line weights or colours further on down the reference chain, or even in the final sheet file.
Imagine the scenario:
3D design model(s)
3D "assembly" model (composition model)
Drawing model as a separate dgn (can adjust overrides using Ref Presentation > View Flags)
2D design model (cannot adjust overrides)
and on into the sheet (cannot adjust overrides)
Part of the problem seems to be that the DV levels don't display as used in a downstream design model. Again, not sure why this is, but it's most irritating.
If this question has ever been answered, please point me in the direction of the solution.
Answer Verified By: Steve Cocchi
But you can do what you are asking. You just need to change how this file is syncronized when referenced.
Initially you might say it is locked. You have spend all this time building a model that should be the PERFECT display of attributes.
But if you need to turn all vut one level red here is where you can do that.
Fir you much change sync to none
then go to town. but note that your reference now behaves differently.
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