Nikolay Zhelyazkov

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  1. Hello Gaspar, Thanks for pointing out this issue. It should be fixed in Service Pack 3 of VW2018. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  2. Hello all, There was a bug, where unit marks were overwriten from the Title Block Border. This bug should be fixed in Service Pack 3 of Vectorworks 2018. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  3. Hello Martin, As workaround, try deselecting the Title Block Border and then turning off the Line Markers from the Attributes palette and moving the Title Block Border in order to reset it. However, if you turn on the markers again and reset the Title Block Border the arrows will be back. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  4. Hello Matteo, What license are you using? If it is non Architect, this issue should be fixed in the next Service Pack, as Mark mentioned. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  5. Hello Bernard, Could you make a movie showing the issue or send me the file with your custom title block? Thanks, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  6. Hello, I have tested this in Service Packs 1 and 2 of Vectorworks 2018 and this issue is fixed there. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  7. Hello Matt, You could use the Current Plot Date in Sheet Data for this. Make sure you have set the Plot Date format to Auto and on publish of pdf check Reset All Plugins in order to get the date updated. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  8. This should be fixed for Vectorworks 2018 Service Pack 3.
  9. Hello Kevin, The Project/Sheet Data in the Title Block Border have the same basis fields no matter if updated or newly created. When updating file with multiple Sheet Borders the union of all fields will remain for Project/Sheet Data, without duplicates. However, if there are fields "File Name" and "Filename", they will be counted as different and will be both present. This is no matter if you update the old Sheet Borders one by one or all at once. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  10. Hello GlueDT92, All Title Block Borders in a single file have the same sets of Project/Sheet data. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  11. Hello Mike, I think that Project Data is what you are looking for. Project Data in the Title Block Border object is the same for all Title Block Borders in the same file. If you change/add/delete any value from the Project Data it will be changed/added/deleted from all Title Block Borders in the document. If you, however, do not want to use Project Data to achieve this, you could use Sheet Data by making the field you want to be the same for the whole document 'By Style' and then use this style for all Title Block Border objects in the document. Let me know if this is getting the job done for you, Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  12. Hello Mike, 1: If I did understand you correctly, you could try putting the Title Block Border on the Design Layer and then create viewport of the layer. After that, when you update the Title Block on the Design Layer and go on the Sheet Layer, where the viewport is inserted, you could click on the viewport and the update button to display the actual infromation of the Title Block Border shown in that viewport. 2: You could duplicate Sheet Layer with Title Block Border in it and that way create another Sheet Layer with Title Block Border in it. I do not know of any other way to do that. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  13. Hello MSLD, Try resseting the Title Block Border object. You could reset all objects with Tools->Utilities->Reset All Plugins. Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  14. Hello Chip, Thanks for finding this bug and letting us know about it! Best Regards, Nikolay Zhelyazkov
  15. Thanks for the feedback. I have managed to reproduce the issue and will look into it.