Hello, I'm looking for some advice on getting rid of a couple of annoying graphical elements that I can't see on the design model. I have run a CADQA check on one of our
drawings and the results state the following -
Error: element (Element Type106) with id (221506) in model (WB-Drawing Model) found'.Error: element (Element Type106) with id (234753) in model (WB-Drawing Model) found'.Error: 2 graphical elements found in the Drawings design modelNo elements found on Level '0' or 'Default'.
The problem is that I can't see the '2 graphical elements' that it is referring to. I'm very knowledgeable with MicroStation but this one has floored me. I had something like this
happen before and had a key-in which fixed it in seconds but I can't remember what this was as it was a while ago now.
I've tried all the usual things of removing shared cells, using explorer to look for the elements, searching using their ID number etc.
Does anyone have any advice or know of the key-in which could help?
I'm using MicroStation Connect version 10.13.00.48
Thanks in advance.
Try using the key-in Level Element Delete <Level Name> (where Level Name is the name of the level the elements are on). This is usually pretty successful. If this does not work create a new blank file from a known good blank file and reference the original file to it then merge to master. This will remove any invisible data.
You can use Level Element Purge <Level Name> but that just moves the elements from the designated level and places them on the Default level.
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This may sound like a mad idea, but I've had some success with exporting to DWG and saving back to DGN - in my case it's flipped normals from an old SKP import that were sorted out using this method. It obviously depends on what else is in your DGN and if you can afford to lose the file integrity elsewhere, but this brut force DGN>DWG>DGN has worked for me on a number of occasions.