Is there an easy way to clean up a project (.PLN) file to retain views, existing objects & associated attributes but purge all other irrelevant data?
I have a job containing elements which will be modified to suit the site but they needs to be presented consistently on all jobs. I thought about saving as a .MOD file but this deletes all the views (sections, elevations etc).
Apple iMac Intel i9 / macOS Sonoma / AC27UKI (most recent builds.. if they work)
Turn off the layers for sections and elevations, use marquee bold to mark the model and delete across all stories, go through the views to clean up anything left that you do not want and possibly remove layouts.
kzaremba wrote: Have you tried Purge Unused in Attribute Manager?
This will remove everything for the most part.
If you have used a naming standard to differentiate standard template things from project specific, this is easily done in attribute manager or if you look at internal ID number, ussually this numbers up.
As a tip: we have dummy attributes for all things (layers, complex profiles, surface etc etc) with a high internal ID, causing new attributes to start at this new high number and up.