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Brad Ott
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Erase ALL then deselect everything left drag style...?

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It’s probably left over from the BLM’s BOGUS theory of section breakdown - 

 

 

....sorry couldn’t help myself....

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Now that made me laugh!!! Good one, Rankin.

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SETVAR enter

CHAP3 - set to 0 or OFF enter

 

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One thing that get rid of phantom lines or objects is to thaw all that you want to keep and wblock it into a clean drawing.  You will have to do any paperspace setups and entities in a separate move so for multi sheet sets this is a pain.  I had a drawing that wouldn't let go of a deleted line once and this was the only thing that worked.

 

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Using ACAD reminds me of a bunch of villagers sitting around wondering if the rain god is going to do its thing.

Sometimes we just don't question why it does certain things. There is nothing we can do, and we just find work arounds.

I would probably just obliterate the line in the .pdf drawing and try not to say anything bad about ACAD in case it decides to frown on you again.

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Don't forget to sacrifice two draftsmen during the next full moon. And light a candle in the print room.

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Posted by: @dmyhill

Using ACAD reminds me of a bunch of villagers sitting around wondering if the rain god is going to do its thing.

Sometimes we just don't question why it does certain things. There is nothing we can do, and we just find work arounds.

I would probably just obliterate the line in the .pdf drawing and try not to say anything bad about ACAD in case it decides to frown on you again.

That is a perfect analogy.   

ps - things about Auto Cad that have made me go hmmm....I never could figger out why Acad 10 would crash if you rotated a circle about its center point and then regenerated the dwg.  I just learned to accept it.  The boss finally bought Acad 12 so it was a moot point....

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It’s called a glitch. 

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