...There's really no other way for me to describe it.
When creating assembly drawings for systems, I use display states to detail sub assemblies in my drawings. It usually works out great. I can center views on the sheet to make it look nice-n-neat all lined up.
Occaisionally, a view will be created whose envelope is way out of proportion to the view - as if the envelope contains other parts of the assembly that are actually hidden from view. The size of the envelope isn't consistant between occurances, and it doesn't seem to impact printing at all.
It seems minor, but because the envelopes are all jacked up, I can't use centering tools to align my drawing views, and dropping notes on some views sometimes accidentally places them in the wrong view (because of overlapping envelopes).
Ultimately it seems to be just an annoyance, but it's one I could do without. Anyone seen this? ... even better; Anyone know how to fix it?