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artifacts showing in layouts

heathldesign
Expert

Hi again,

i've got labels showing in a placed drawing that don't exist in the linked view. in fact, the labels were actually deleted, not just on a hidden layer. i've updated the drawing, i've checked the reno filter even though i'm not using it, i've gone to the view and turned on all layers, the labels don't show. i've closed the model and opened it again, still there. normally i would assume i've messed up with the view settings, but these labels were deleted in the view. they have not been placed in the drawing.


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MAC Studio 2022 M1 Max, 32 GB RAM, 10 cores, AC27 5030 Apple Silicon USA
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Would you believe it was the mvo. The labels were visible in the finish plan mvo. Just one more place to hide things. 

MAC Studio 2022 M1 Max, 32 GB RAM, 10 cores, AC27 5030 Apple Silicon USA

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Launch Archicad first then open the affected file from within Archicad using the File, Open menu. Make sure you select the open and repair checkbox. That should fix it.  

Lee Hankins
ArchiCAD 4.5 - Archicad 27UKI Apple Silicon 27.2.1
macOS Sonoma (14.5)

nope, tried that.

MAC Studio 2022 M1 Max, 32 GB RAM, 10 cores, AC27 5030 Apple Silicon USA

Has the view definitely been updated as your screenshots show quite. a lot of different information between the two views?

Lee Hankins
ArchiCAD 4.5 - Archicad 27UKI Apple Silicon 27.2.1
macOS Sonoma (14.5)

yep, updated many times. but i don't see anything different between the two views other than the two labels. what other differences are you seeing?

 

MAC Studio 2022 M1 Max, 32 GB RAM, 10 cores, AC27 5030 Apple Silicon USA
Solution

Would you believe it was the mvo. The labels were visible in the finish plan mvo. Just one more place to hide things. 

MAC Studio 2022 M1 Max, 32 GB RAM, 10 cores, AC27 5030 Apple Silicon USA