This may be simple or hard, most markup I get I normally want to check what the Working Units are set on and the Active Scale.
I know how to open and hit w for working or A twice to get to Active Angle or even S and get to snaps. But I was hoping to
Key-in something and (Settings>Design File>Working Units.
try MDL LOAD DGNSET ( FYI it came from the help menu)
works but I cant find any further settings to make it work, but if I used the working units once msnt remembers so next time I use MDL LOAD DGNSET the working units is already been selected and I can see the working units
Started msnt work 1990 - Retired Nov 2022 ( oh boy am I old )
But was long time user V8iss10 (8.11.09.919) dabbler CE update 16 (10.16.00.80)
MicroStation user since 1990 Melbourne Australia.click link to PM me
oh, sorry Key-in MDL LOAD DGNSET, it worked can a person go one step further and add active scale and just go straight
Version: MicroStation V8i SS 10
RJB Phillips III (Richard) Praise the Lord for His Mercy and grace in Christ Jesus
Looked good, but I set it on Grid, went to Key in and followed the example, it still came up on Grid. If you go to a setting and then click OK next time you open Settings>Design File, It will open to the last ok, )c;
for new files set all your settings up manually in a appropriately named seed file..
For existing files use the key shortcut to get to the menus and make changes as required by hand
otherwise it a job for vba..
Lory's How are you, Still trying to learn the scripts Key-in
I have learned the problem I had with the Hilite
these are the commands and they must be in this order
mdl keyin calculat calc tcb->selectionHiliteOverride=1mdl keyin calculat calc tcb->hiliteColor=2mdl keyin calculat calc tcb->selectionHiliteColor=5
great! Good solution!
You are a great friend, was up for a moment checking the notifications and I had none...... Yea, back like it was