How do you turn off centerlines? I have unchecked every auto insert on view creation and still have center lines showing.
The only other thought I have is that if "Centerlines" was checked when the drawing view was created they will not go away once un-checked. They will only go away at that point if they are deleted from the view or the view itself is deleted and re-inserted.
Dan, it's a little hard to tell but maybe those aren't actually centerlines. They could be Temporary Axes which can be Hidden/Shown here ... Hope it helps.
John, I have temporary axes turned off and I am still getting what does look to be temporary axes.
Try a CTRL Q and see if it updates the drawing correctly.
If not, then close, reboot and re open......
I have seen it sometimes, especially if I have a large multi sheet drawing.
is it sketches?
or try these settings, not the Lines but it looks like there are points showing too.
Have them checked off as well.
The only thing that appears to get rid of them is to uncheck display anotations. But that then turns off any notes and info in the title block.
If they are construction geometry within your sketches you can turn off view sketches under hide / show items drop down.
I actuall have hide all types checked.
can you select the lines?
then maybe it is what @John Pesaturo mentioned
That is correct. Deleting the view and re-inserting seems to have solved the issue.
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