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Check the correct classes and layers are on.
check if the viewport crop is in the correct place.
Check the viewport is in the correct projection I.e. Top plan , orthoganal etc.
If the viewport is 3D projection check the render style.
you could also try the eye dropper tool to copy attributes from the correctly displaying viewports to the one you are having trouble with.
There's no good way — it would involve manually changing the lighting devices' unique ID, so is fairly off label and breaks any data exchange you may have set up. Deleting and starting over might be the best option.
I do think Spotlight needs a way both to split up a multicircuit as well as replace the symbols / types such that the spacing between symbols adjusts to accommodate the new dimensions.
I am a student who needs to use Vectorworks for lighting design for my school productions and I have come across the student edition for vectorworks Designer, but haven't found one for spotlight. Is it still possible to draft light plots in vectorworks designer?