Posted Tue, 27 Jul 2010 12:37:02 GMT by FLORENCIO RODRIGUEZ


why when changing a style (user) design also changes the other users

best regards

M. Florencio

Posted Tue, 27 Jul 2010 14:30:45 GMT by Valentin Dumitru Graitec ROMANIA

Hello  M. Florencio

Can you please give more details ? What did you change and what was the result?


Posted Fri, 05 Nov 2010 12:41:50 GMT by FLORENCIO RODRIGUEZ

I want to change a estido design without changing the other

and when I change, he says that will change the shared styles

Best regards

Manuel  Florencio.

Posted Fri, 05 Nov 2010 12:43:40 GMT by FLORENCIO RODRIGUEZ
see this photo

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Posted Mon, 08 Nov 2010 14:00:38 GMT by Valentin Dumitru Graitec ROMANIA

Hello M. Florencio

The way the DS are created allow users to modify settings like view direction, object presentation, labelling and more, ones; and this will affect all the drawings styles where are used. I one way it’s very good because you do the modification once and you don’t have to do the same modification in all the DS.


If you need to modify just in one DS you have to create a copy of what you need to modify(e.g. view direction, object presentation, labelling ), rename with a understandable name for the future to know what this does and do the necessary modification. Like this because is a new entry only this DS will be affected.

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