Someone can help me: After creating several views I see the need to create a break view, the problem happens that is not associated with the projected views. Is it possible to associate the break view to the other views? Thanks!
After applying the Breaks (and I don't think it matters which you do first), right-click on the Section View and choose "Properties...".
When the Properties dialog box appears, select the option for "Align breaks with parent."
To have broken child views that adjust to the broken parent view, you must first break the parent view and then create the child views.
The child views will be created broken and will update when the parent changes.
I don't know if you can change broken views after they've been created.
Perhaps someone else does know if this is possible.
Also, check this setting:
I have the box checked and no change has happened.
I believe that setting controls whether what I show below happens.
That is, whether a child is automatically broken when projected from a broken parent view.
But, back to my first reply:
When you break a view only projected views created after the break view will also have aligned break views.
Associate views created before the break view will not be broken.
The lower top view was created before the break view on the side view.
The upper top view was created after the break view on the side view and was automatically broken.
You can break views created before the break view created on the parent view, but they will not be aligned.
The only way I know of to break the child view, and have it aligned to the parent view, is to delete and recreate the child view.
Perhaps there is a method to synchronize break views afterwards, but I don't know how and I didn't see any options in the view or break context menus to do so.
I think the same, Maybe there is a method to synchronize the breakdown views afterwards, but I do not know how and I did not see any option in the view or break the context menus to do it.
Thank you gleen. It is a good answer to my question!
Juan Maria Reybet wrote: Thank you gleen. It is a good answer to my question!
Juan Maria Reybet wrote:
I'm glad Mr. Schroeder was able to solve this for you (and for me, too).
But please mark his actual reply as the correct reply.
This way, people, on future searches for this issue, will see the actual remedy just below your original post.
Sorry, I was confused! Yes now!
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