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  1. I am trying to set up around 20 referenced viewports. I have setup the first one with the desired layers and classes turned on/off. I then tried to use the eyedropper tool with viewport attributes all ticked, to apply to the rest of the VPs. This had no effect. Can anyone see in the below video where I went wrong?
  2. Submitted on behalf of a client. "I have multiple landscape areas containing the same plant mix throughout a site. I would like to add another plant to the mix without changing the attributes of the landscape areas, especially the tags as these are a lot of work to place on the drawing so they are not overlaying other important information. I have found so far the easiest way is to add the plant to one area and use the eyedropper tool to paste the attributes to other areas. the problem seems to be the plugin parameters that contain the updated plan info also contain the tag info and there is no way to isolate these so I can change the mix of plants without moving the tags. Let me know if there is a better way or please consider this for a future upgrade."

 

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