Another Civil 3D Question
Hopefully there is a simple solution to this. So I have a bunch of multileaders in my drawing but I need to dview twist the parcel in paperspace to make it look correct. I DON'T want the multileaders to twist but I can't seem to find a setting or style adjustment to make them read horizontal. Does anyone know of a solution to this?
If you rotate the UCS in your viewport rather than a dview twist you should get the desired result with your multileaders. They should remain at the same orientation as they were created in model space.
Turns out the solution wasn't so bad. I did a dview twist for 90 degrees. Then selected similar on all the multileaders and entered -90 in the rotation box of the properties window and everything flipped back to normal. Still would be nice to have the software be able to read my mind.
Since you got you question answered, I will try one about Civil3D 2019. I usually use running osnaps endpoint and node most of the time and turn them off and on with F3. My question is what would continually cause them to clear and have to be reset? I know that in old autocad if you did not exit out of a routine correctly then the osnap setting pre-routine would not be reset, but that does not seem to be the case here. I can be working normal on a drawing and start a line command and the osnap will not be set, this is aggravating as this is the way I have always done things, but sometimes I will just shift right-click and get the osnap that I need.
One other question:
Several versions back the ability to press the shift key to alter the function of trim or extend to the other function was added, in my Civil 3D it may show the red X and show what is supposed to happen, but it will not trim by pressing shift when using the extend command. Anyone know what maybe causing this?