How can I add my own customized title block when Drawing Views are created?
In order to add your own Title Block when a the Drawing View is created you will have to add that border to the seed file. For example open the seed file used to create a Drawing Views, in this case for Architecture which by default is located in the Dataset_US/dgnlib folder. Once you’ve opened the seed file locate and open the sheet model Arch-Floor Plan [Sheet] (you will see a list of models in this seed file) in here reference your Title Block, Save and close the seed file.
Go to a file where you will like to create a Drawing View make sure that the seed file set is “Plan” then create the drawing view, once the process finish go to the sheet model and open the reference dialog box and in there you will see both title bocks the one that’s used as a default and the one that was added (from the seed file) now you can turn off or detach the default Title Block and select yours so that it will display in the sheet model.
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This was working fine under non-managed workspace, but it seems that PWise forces save the full path of references...
I setup my drawing views seed file referencing a title block for each sheet model. Title block is located in my company dataset.
When I work in a project, I have a copy of title blocks in a title block folder within the project folder.
Whenever I create a drawing & sheet from a dynamic view using my views seed file, the newly created sheet file will go to the nearest title block file and therefore to the project title block, which is exactly what I want - i can then edit the particulars of the project into the project title block. Perfect.
HOWEVER, this doesn't work in Managed Workspaces - Pwise remembers the original full path and just goes there... Anyone out there?