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Way to delete a bogus duplicate system view orientation?

Question asked by Ryan Rutledge on Mar 29, 2013
Latest reply on Apr 4, 2013 by Ryan Rutledge

I seem to have a duplicate copy of the *Top system view in this SLDPRT file, and it's causing problems with a macro that uses the *Top named view to export to DWG. I've reset my standard views to match my model's Top view, but this duplicate won't match the primary, and apparently it's the one that's actually being used by the ExportToDWG method.

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I can't delete the duplicate entry because SW says it's a system view. Is there any way to clean this out? This is a complicated part that I am loathe to rebuild in a new part file.

 

Ryan R.

 

Message was edited by: Ryan Rutledge @ 12:17 - Saved a copy of referenced SLDPRT file with bogus/duplicate view orientation.

 

GetModelViewNames API returns:

*Normal To

*Front

*Back

*Left

*Right

*Top

*Bottom

*Isometric

*Trimetric

*Dimetric

*Top

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