When I referred drawing into sheet, I forgot to tick "none" at "drawing boundary"
Result that appearing detail of section as picture below:
Coud you please help to guide how to turn off this detail, instead of re-referring drawing and select "none" for "drawing boundary".
MicroStation CONNECT Edition - Version 10.16.02.34
Could you explain the workflow that you're performing to get this tool dialog? It doesn't appear to be something for the Section Callout tool.
I would think you right click on the element and turn off that level, unless it has been placed on a level with other elements you wanted to display.
Or as it advises in the following discussion you could just select this callout element that was placed and delete it.
Remove callout placed when referencing design model on sheet
RegardsAndrew BellTechnical SupportBentley Systems
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Hi Andrew Bell
My steps as follows:
+ Click reference tools
+ Choose the file and select section from pop-up
- If I select new at "drawing boundary", the detail will be appeared
- If I select none at "drawing boundary", the detail will not be appeared
My problem that is if I forget to select "none" and select "new", how to turn off the detail as picture below:
Turn level off is not operating with this object.
OpenRoads Designer CE - 2021 Release 2
As explained in my updated post with the attached previous discussion "You can just select it and delete it. It will ask if you want to detach the reference, just say no".
It also mentions to use the Configuration Variable MS_REF_DEFAULTSETTINGS using the option drawingBoundary=none.
Hi Andrew Bell
Your instruction is right, simply just delete it and say no afterward.
Have a nice day
What is incredibly irritating with this is that you can't set a default behaviour to stop it doing it in the first place. There are a few tools that would really benefit from the ability to set the default.
Once in there you must delete it.
To keep in from doing it always-
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Fantastic. I forgot about that variable.