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  1. Our workflow for irrigation in VW has ALWAYS been to separate each station into a unique design layer. This allows for greater control, visibility, and conflict detection. Since the creation of the irrigation tools, this workflow has been compromised. Irrigation components, mainly valves, will magically change design layers when connected to different features. Nothing in VW should ever change design layers unless by User Error or by choice. Additionally, when moving valves and other components between design layers, the will actually lose their connection status. I understand that irrigation networks are a unique feature in VW and the fact that they can connect through different design layers in the first place is a revelation, but that shouldn't compromise our ability to control it. The following is a simple screenshare showing the issue. FIX THIS!
  2. It would be SO very useful and supportive if it were possible to organise Design Layers, Saved Views, Sheet Layers & Viewports to into sub-folders, showing up kind of 'grouped' in the Navigation Palette. --> Same as you can do with Classes, by simply adding a dash ' - ' in between the words. I have many highly complex VW files, and they are filled with a huge number of Design Layers, Saved Views, Sheet Layers & Viewports. Any input is much appreciated.
  3. Dear VW lovers, I have a VW file I have worked on for a few months, with contains many meanwhile unnecessary Design Layers, and now I wanted to reduce it to what I only need within this file. So firstly I deleted all unnecessary sheet layers and viewports and then purged the file down to the bone. But now the aim is to only keep the design layers which are connected to these Viewports. --> All other Design Layers can be deleted. But because there are so many of them, it is mighty time consuming to go over every single viewport and check which DLs are connected and which not, to then delete those. Is there an automation similar to purging that does the trick? Any help is appreciated. Cheers, Grethe
  4. I am having trouble with a project sharing file. It automatically checkout layers and more importantly it shows me as person who checkout the layer. I can not release or checkout again. Please see an image showing the message I get, in this case I am the owner (hassan Raza) it won't let me do anything. Thanks

 

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