Delete-Duplicate-Objects-Dialog-Box

Delete Duplicate Objects Dialog Box

Delete Duplicate Objects Dialog Box

Removes duplicate geometry as well as overlapping lines, arcs, and polylines. Also,
combines partially overlapping or contiguous ones.

The following prompts are displayed.

Object Comparison Settings

Tolerance

Controls the precision with which OVERKILL makes numeric comparisons. If this value
is 0, the two objects being compared must match before OVERKILL modifies or deletes
one of them.

Ignore Object Property

Select these object properties to ignore them during comparison.

  • Color
  • Layer
  • Linetype
  • Linetype scale
  • Lineweight
  • Thickness
  • Transparency
  • Plot style
  • Material

Options

Use these settings to control how OVERKILL deals with lines, arcs, and polylines.

Optimize Segments Within Polylines

When selected, individual line and arc segments within selected polylines are examined.
Duplicate vertices and segments are removed.

Also, OVERKILL compares individual polyline segments with completely separate line
and arc segments. If a polyline segment duplicates a line or arc object, one of them
is deleted.

If this option is not selected, polylines are compared as discreet objects and two
sub-options are not selectable.

  • Ignore Polyline Segment Width. Ignores segment width, while optimizing polyline segments.
  • Do Not Break Polylines. Polyline objects are unchanged.
Combine Colinear Objects That Partially Overlap

Overlapping objects are combined into single objects.

Combine Colinear Objects When Aligned End to End

Objects that have common endpoints are combined into single objects.

Maintain Associative Objects

Associative objects are not deleted or modified.

Learning AutoCad

spmoves duplicate geometry as well as overlapping lines, arcs, and polylines. Also, combines partially overlapping or contiguous ones. The following prompts …objects: and you can type all and press Enter to apply the command to the entire drawing. The Overkill dialog box opens.… When you start the command, the next prompt is Select objects: and you can type all and press Enter to apply the command to the entire drawing. Then press Enter again to end object selection. To keep the default settings, just click OK. You can specify lots of settings to control the process.Delete Duplicate Objects dialog box.remove, or edit duplicate records and to help prevent users from … their service disruption, ask them to close the objects that you want to work with. … In the dialog box, browse to and select the database, click the arrow next to the  …