About-Projected-Views

About Projected Views

    About Projected Views

    Orthogonal and isometric drawing views generated from an existing drawing view are
    referred to as projected views.

    Projected views can be derived from any existing view, as long as the existing view
    is not out-of-date or unresolved. The projected views maintain a parent-child relationship
    with the view it was generated from.

    Projected views inherit all its properties from the parent, and the property values
    are tagged “From parent”, by default. Hence, when the properties of the parent view
    change, the corresponding properties on the projected view also change. If required
    you can override the properties of the projected view. They then cease to follow the
    changes made to the parent.

    When a model is large or complex, it may take time for the view to update each time
    you make a property change. You can turn on Defer Updates to postpone all updates
    until you click OK, or turn off Defer Updates.

    Isometric projected views can be moved anywhere on a layout while orthogonal projected
    views are constrained to be aligned to their parent views. This has two implications:

    1. if you move a parent view, all orthogonal child views also move with it to maintain
      alignment.

    2. If you move a child view (orthogonal), it is constrained to maintain alignment with
      the parent.

    If required, you can remove the alignment constraint and move orthogonal views to
    anywhere on the layout. Drawing views you moved in this manner can be restored by
    resetting its View alignment property to “Aligned”. However alignment constraints
    that are broken as a result of a rotate operation cannot be restored by this feature.

    When rotating a drawing view, if you select the dimensions annotating the drawing
    view, they too rotate.

    If you do not select the dimensions, only aligned dimensions rotate.

    If you erase a parent view, its child views are not erased. The child views automatically
    assume the role of a parent view. Although child views become parent views, they do
    not become base views. Therefore, the “View type” property within the Properties palette
    continues to display the “Projected” value. Furthermore, the options on the Drawing
    View Editor contextual ribbon tab that apply to base views, continue to be unavailable
    for child views.

    When annotations are associated with the view, unless you explicitly select them,
    they are not erased.

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