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Why does one have to have both the "none" class and the user defined class name (the class name on which the callout tool is invoked)active to display the text and leader lines which are created by the callout tool. I thought VW default was to auto-class to active class, in this cas the user defined class name. Is this intentional or a bug? Ia anyone else seeing this?

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Or active only when the none class is not the active class.

Most PIO's and other tools do have subcomponents that are members of the None class. In order for these items to display properly, the none class and the other class need to be visible.

It's similar with groups where the items in a group may belong to a class called A while the group itself belongs to a class called B.

In order to see the group, the A and B class need to be visible.

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