I am using Microstation V8i SS2.
I have used the right click command to Turn Level Off by Element. I I wan to undo that action, I do not get an undo option under the edit pull-down. Is there a way to undo that action if I select the incorrect level?
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Dan Eng said:Hello, You can use the "View Previous" tool to get the level back on that you had turned off. Please let me know if you are able to get this to work. Thanks,Daniel Eng
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yep I have used the control Z ( undo) for years and years but unfortunately it does not undo turning off levels in references or in active that's what I love using the view previous for.. and if I 'm only going to a whole lot of what if I turn of this and turn of that and make me a print , then put it all back the way it was... then I change my settings to be do not save settings on exit, then I can do all the what ifs in the world and just close my file and reopen and its back to then way it was..( but not add extra refs)
There is also a little known feature not much used today due to the unlimited undo's we have .. it didn't always used to be that way we used to have a very limited undo it even counted the elements deleted in a selection as each one = 1 undo and I think the limit used to 256 undo's
So we had to use the PLACE MARK command and to return back to the book mark so to speak was undo do Mark.. its still there and I still use it when I add extra refs and rasters and want to return to original state or if I am trialling macros etc the place mark and undo to mark are still very useful.
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