We have a reoccurring problem in the office which none of us have been able to resolve.
When using the Stretch Elements command, some elements don't stretch at all. It seems to be a fairly random selection of elements that don't stretch. For example some groups and cells stretch, but not others. Some lines don't stretch and sometimes whole shapes or groups just get left behind. When none of the elements stretch we get the message "X No Elements in fence" in the message centre.
There is a similar issue with the selection tool (not sure if it's related) where some lines / groups of lines have to be selected one at a time as the selection tool misses them.
Has anyone encountered this issue? Any solutions?
We are using:
Micro Station Power Draft Connect - Update 10 Version 10.10.00.23
And we are running on various Windows 10 computers.
We have just upgraded and have come across this issue repeatedly with old V8i drawings.
Users becoming increasingly frustrated.
Can you please send some files in which you are facing this problem? That will help us to understand and resolve the problem quickly.
Try fence stretching the glass circled in the above image in the attached file. I can't.
Video of what I get when I try to fence stretch.
We found that this happens mainly with a pattern being present - if you switch the pattern off, it works fine but if it is on, general selection is random and interaction [like stretch] does not work.
Ohh yes. Turning patterns off in view attributes allows me to fence stretch in the example I uploaded. At least that's a workaround.
Thanks a lot all for your valuable inputs which help us to understand the exact problem...
I've filed a Defect 1015158 on this issue. Hope it will get fixed soon.
Manoj Sahani said:I've filed a Defect 1015158 on this issue. Hope it will get fixed soon.
This issue continues to be present in U13.
Have you check if U14 will be presented to the public with this sorted out?
Defect # 1015158 has been approved by our development team for a future release which has not been advised as yet.
RegardsAndrew BellTechnical SupportBentley Systems