I have created a saved plan view in a model and then placed it in a new layout drawing. I also attach a grid to this file and move the saved view to line up in the correct place.
Problem I have is when I change this saved view. ie take in a larger view of the model and save the view again the position of the view in the sheet layout moves.
Is there a way of locking the position of this placed saved view?
I beleive the stored position of the saved view is center point of the veiw.
I´ve noticed this myself and if it´s true, that it uses the center point I don't know what they were thinking... I feel like I have come to that conclusion often this year when trying to work with Dynamic views... If you have Structural, you can always use Extractions. That´s the answer bentley support gave me.
Can you please upload your dgn file with some steps so that I can reproduce your issue and give you the solution.
Attached a test file.
Currently the view in the sheet was not saved large enough to get all of the cylinders on the right, in the view.
How do I show the complete plan saved view in the sheet and keep the center lines (ie the global location) in the same place?
Increasing the size of the clip volume does not change what is shown in the sheet model.
Has a solution to this issue been suggested?
I have also noticed that a dynamic view moves location.
Unless the identical view is used when updating, a
dynamic view will move in all files where it is referenced.
This behavior causes information in any file with additional
references, graphics, or notations to become incorrect.
It seems to me that a dynamic view should save its coordinate system location
not a random point such as the center of view.
We have three projects that have begun using dynamic views
and this issue is going to be troublesome.