I am trying to understand, in a general way, why SW seems to enforce a "single use" policy of drawing views in the view palette.
Once a drawing view is used on a sheet, it becomes unavailable for future use. I understand that deleted views can be restored by refreshing the view palette. I also understand that one can copy and paste views, albiet with severe limitations. (annotations are carried along as well)
I guess my question is, why is SW doing this at all? Is there some "best practice" regarding drawings that I'm unfamiliar with?
Why not allow re-use of views on multiple sheets? Or am I missing something obvious...
Thanks in advance,
Through a refined search of this forum, I have just discovered the INSERT -> DRAWING VIEW -> MODEL command, which does allow insertion of a redundant view. This solves my immediate problem, but it would still be interesting to know why SW seems to discourage this by removing views from the View Palette when used.