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Odd graphics bug? from call out edit.

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This is visually irritating. 

 

In the annotations layer, I was using call outs.

I clicked this part of option in the OIP

 

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Which cycles through the sub objects for edit. No real reason, I just wanted to see what it did to be honest.

 

It turns part of the call out blue, presumably to identify the bit you are editing. The problem is, its stays blue after editing, and nothing I try gets rid of the blue.  

 

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Worse, it even appears in viewports on sheets I did not even edit. Always in the same place.

 

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Every single sheet now has this blue scar on it. Its not there when I exit the annotations, but always appears in every annotation layer, on every sheet, always in the same place. 

A complete restart does not resolve this. 

 

Please can someone tell me how to get rid of it? Unfortunately I did it on a few before I realised the problem. So now I have 3 blue scars in my sheets. very irritating. 

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

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