V8i Display Styles Missing

ustation.dgnlib only has display styles wire frame, visible edges, visible edges filled & shaded.  Where is rest of display styles?  Or how to include in ustation.dgnlib?

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  • Hi Robert,

    please read and follow communities best practices and specify exactly what product and version do you use. Whereas it's highly probable you use MicroStation, to specify it as "V8i" is not enough, because V8i generation contains many different versions and I remember delivered set of display styles evolved though different versions.

    ustation.dgnlib only has display styles wire frame, visible edges, visible edges filled & shaded.

    It's not required (and I guess also not written anywhere) that display styles have to be stored in dgnlib.

    Where is rest of display styles?

    When I chek my MicroStation V8i SS4 installation, all styles seem to be stored in DrawingSeed.dgnlib, not in ustation.dgnlib. It's also written in MicroStation documentation, chapter "Building DGN Libraries".

    Or how to include in ustation.dgnlib?

    ustation.dgnlib is protected and cannot be modified. If you want to extend the delivered set of style, create own dgnlib.

    With regards,

      Jan

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  • Hi Robert,

    please read and follow communities best practices and specify exactly what product and version do you use. Whereas it's highly probable you use MicroStation, to specify it as "V8i" is not enough, because V8i generation contains many different versions and I remember delivered set of display styles evolved though different versions.

    ustation.dgnlib only has display styles wire frame, visible edges, visible edges filled & shaded.

    It's not required (and I guess also not written anywhere) that display styles have to be stored in dgnlib.

    Where is rest of display styles?

    When I chek my MicroStation V8i SS4 installation, all styles seem to be stored in DrawingSeed.dgnlib, not in ustation.dgnlib. It's also written in MicroStation documentation, chapter "Building DGN Libraries".

    Or how to include in ustation.dgnlib?

    ustation.dgnlib is protected and cannot be modified. If you want to extend the delivered set of style, create own dgnlib.

    With regards,

      Jan

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