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    Post Changing Line Segment by Custom Tagging

    Dear Autocad PID experts,
    I was wondering one issue at this software:
    I created Line segments for each system types and assigned layer/color for each segment.
    i.e: DCW - Domestic Cold Water - Blue
    CHW - Chilled Water - Green
    and etc.
    I was wondering is it possible to change the segment of line on the drawing by using tagging option? (Making custom tagging)
    For example, I draw DCW line which is blue, then i changed mind and decided to change it to CHW line which it supposed to became green?


    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Changing Line Segment by Custom Tagging

    Have you looked at P&ID Painter? You should be able to map color by service.
    https://knowledge.autodesk.com/suppo...361A5-htm.html

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