View Poll Results: Add layer, dim style & text style walks to the Standards Manager

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Thread: Standards manager layer walk

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    All AUGI, all the time Liamnacuac's Avatar
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    Default Standards manager layer walk

    I wish that the standards manager had a layer walk and maybe a dims and text style walk in it as well. I may have a bound drawing that doesn't conform to our standards, and being able to see the item that doesn't conform may make my decision to either fix it or ignore it easier.

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    The Silent Type RobertB's Avatar
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    Default Re: Standards manager layer walk

    Rather than a "walk" type tool, I would like to run a command where I provide the named object and AutoCAD tells me everywhere that named object is used, be it a device style, documentation object, or just a block that happens to use that named object.

    A tree-based dialog could present the data, allowing me to select a specific host object and edit it.
    R. Robert Bell
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