rlackore Posted April 18, 2018 Share Posted April 18, 2018 I'm confused, and hope someone can help. To set up the discussion, the following example uses an Annoset named Roof Plan 1/4", and a Layerset named Roof Plan. 1. The Annoset is set to use the Roof Plan Layerset: 2. The Layerset has a CAD, Roof layer defined to hold my CAD linework when working in the Annoset: 3. The Active Defaults are set to use the Roof Plan 1/4" Annoset, the Roof Plan Layerset, and CAD, Roof as the Current CAD Layer: 4. When I draw a new CAD object, it is assigned to the CAD, Roof layer: This is exactly as expected. What I don't understand is why the Line Options>Layer>Default box isn't checked: And if I check it, the assigned layer is changed to CAD, Default: Why wouldn't the default CAD layer be the one that has been assigned by the Annoset, Layerset, and Default Settings? Not only is this confusing, but it's inconvenient as hell. For instance, when working on my Roof Plan, if I want to assign any CAD object to the supposed "default" CAD, Roof layer, I have to scroll through the layer list instead of simply checking the box. The Reference Manual makes brief mention of the CAD, Default layer, but implies that it can be changed using Annosets and Default Settings. Apparently this isn't true. Am I missing something in my set up? Am I just being obtuse? If anyone can shed some light, I'd appreciate it. Otherwise, I'm going to make this a Suggestion. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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