I am having an issue with a Text Favorite updating within an SU Annotation. In short, the favorite is assigned to the feature name which in turn is the Drainage Structure Number. The text favorite within the cell updates for both a "Place Label" scenario using only a Text Favorite (white annotations as shown in the image) and also a "Place Label" scenario when using the annotation cell. However, the Text Favorite will NOT update with automatic annotation when I annotate the model (blue "bubble" annotations; and yes, the cell is placed within the annotation group for these particular inlets as shown in the attached image. The cell "bubble" places as is shown in the image, but it does not update the structure number. One can also see from the image that the text favorite does indeed work.
Could someone PLEASE let me know what is going on here? This issue is driving me crazy as I have tested just about every possibility as to why it is not updating automatically!
ORD 2020 R2
We are having the same issue, but specifically with Profile Annotations. It looks like the Text Favorite is not reading the latest information of the Node (this is happening with Conduits too) and thus populating old information. Is there a fix??
Eddie Giese, PEProduction Manager (licensed in FL & PA)
Patel, Greene & Associates, LLC PowerGEOPAK V8i SS10 (08.11.09.918)OpenRoads Designer 2021 R2 (10.10.21.4)OpenRoads Designer 2020 R3 (10.9.0.91)ProjectWise Explorer CE 10.0.3.453LumenRT CE Update 14 (18.104.22.168)
We are still working on our Open Roads Workspace, but I believe the fix is part of the Civil Labeler with some other updates and may require 2021 R1.
It is also better to start a new thread if the last post is as old as those in this thread.
Charles (Chuck) Rheault CADD Manager
MDOT State Highway Administration
It does seem that these issues have been resolved in 2022 R1. Hopefully, Bentley will not destroy the fixes in 2022 R2 (and why the heck is not the latest release referred to as 2023 R1???)
As I understand it, they do not want to introduce a new schema, which would be required to implement 2023 R1. I believe they recognize that a schema change scares off early adopters while an incremental release allows testing without branding files with a new schema. And allows a mixed-use environment, where the power users can test drive the new release while other team members proceed with their current version.
Considering we have many projects in the pipeline that originates in Ss2 or earlier and have no plans to migrate those to CONNECT, I'm more than happy for a late 2022 release. Especially while we are trying to complete our final ORD WorkSpace in 2022 R1. Not having to roll into a new schema as part of that rollout is a blessing, I believe.
I had the opportunity to sit in on a "What's New in 22R2" and it looks like the upcoming release will have a schema change.
ORD - 10.11.00.115 / 10.10.21.04 / 10.10.01.03 / 10.08.01.33Power GEOPAK / Power InRoads - 08.11.09.918Civil 3D - 2021 / 2022
They gave a similar presentation on 22R2 for the ALMC March meeting and mentioned they originally intended to release it during the 4th quarter of last year (hence the 22'). They definitely said it will be 10.12. No idea why they've changed their normal convention... Not like the dual naming isn't confusing enough as it is...
2021 R1 (10.10), 2022 R1 (10.11)
Yes, but my sources tell me that a side-by-side install will be possible, even with the schema change.