I have three different pre-defined views in a drawing for auto placement of my assemblies. Is there a way to align these pre-defined views? Like when you use alignment> re-align from the right mouse click when touching an out of alignment view?
I've checked it and it works the same way it works with normal views.
Right click on the view you want to align, pick the alignment option and click on the parent view. The view should align. This works for normal and predefined views.
By any chance are you looking to align views both horizontally and vertically?
Can you post a video of what method you are trying right now?
You should b able to align the pre-defined views using the same option you use for other views.
Are you getting any error or something is not working for you? Can you explain your workflow to align the views?
Can you add new pre-defined views?
So when you usually need to re-align a view you would right click on the view box and then choose re-align from the drop down selections. When you place a pre-defined view in a drawing with another pre-defined view and right click the box there is no selection for re-align. Hence the question. Try it. Place 2 pre-defined views in a drawing one on the top of the other say 4" away. Then try to align them the normal way. I haven't found a good way to do it. The only way so far is to drop a file into the views and align them with center lines. Then lock position and save as a sheet format. Clumsy but does work so so.
My bad, I only selected the view I wanted to move not the view I wanted to align with. Thanks for the help!
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