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Dynamic block doesn't like being dynamic
« on: November 19, 2008, 10:21:36 AM »
In Land Desktop/Civil 3D 2008, a few simple DBs with stretch and/or align parameters tend to stop being dynamic.  If the block is inserted then either rotated or scaled up/down it loses it's DB grips.  BUT... if you change the scale back to 1 then back to it's previous scale the DB grips reappear and it's once again dynamic.  Is this a glitch in LDT/C3D or possibly a glitch with my DBs?

Has anyone seen this happen before?  Is there a fix?

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Re: Dynamic block doesn't like being dynamic
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2008, 10:24:12 AM »
In Land Desktop/Civil 3D 2008, a few simple DBs with stretch and/or align parameters tend to stop being dynamic.  If the block is inserted then either rotated or scaled up/down it loses it's DB grips.  BUT... if you change the scale back to 1 then back to it's previous scale the DB grips reappear and it's once again dynamic.  Is this a glitch in LDT/C3D or possibly a glitch with my DBs?

Has anyone seen this happen before?  Is there a fix?


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Re: Dynamic block doesn't like being dynamic
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2008, 10:34:34 AM »
Sooooooooo you're saying it ain't nuthin' but a civil thang?!?   :mrgreen:
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