dxf levels 10.13.01.01

10.13.01.01. I frequently acquire data from other softwares. Frequently these are DXF. When I merge those in all the data goes to Default level instead of the level they were assigned as a DXF. Generally I am merging them into the Design model.

Am I missing some setting, or is this just bug #83?

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  • When I merge those in all the data goes to Default level instead of the level they were assigned as a DXF

    Am I missing something? In the original description you mentioned the issue was that when you mergerd the referenced DXF it all went to the Default level instead of the allocated level in the file.

    Open DGN, attach, check scale 1:1, save, save settings, close, re-open scale changes.

    In your updated comment you mention the issue is that the scale is changing.

    Which of these issues is what we should be investigating?

    1. When I performed the merge of the referenced DXF the elements went to their assigned levels.

    2. When I closed and reopened my DGN with the DXF reference it was still defined as 1:1 scale.

    Would you be able to provide the DGN file also for testing that you're performing these operations within.

       Regards
       Andrew Bell

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  • When I merge those in all the data goes to Default level instead of the level they were assigned as a DXF

    Am I missing something? In the original description you mentioned the issue was that when you mergerd the referenced DXF it all went to the Default level instead of the allocated level in the file.

    Open DGN, attach, check scale 1:1, save, save settings, close, re-open scale changes.

    In your updated comment you mention the issue is that the scale is changing.

    Which of these issues is what we should be investigating?

    1. When I performed the merge of the referenced DXF the elements went to their assigned levels.

    2. When I closed and reopened my DGN with the DXF reference it was still defined as 1:1 scale.

    Would you be able to provide the DGN file also for testing that you're performing these operations within.

       Regards
       Andrew Bell

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