AutoCAD AEC Toolspace
Are you wondering what AutoCAD aecc toolspace is and how to use it? In this article, we will discuss the available Tools, Options and Fixes. Keep reading for some great information. Before we dive into the toolspace, let's quickly look at some of its most commonly used features. We will also cover some of the common issues that users have reported using it, as well as some tips for improving your AutoCAD experience by using it.
Tools available in AutoCAD aecc toolspace
The "Count" toolspace in AutoCAD 2022 contains a number of functions that are comparable to the legacy BCOUNT command. It provides methods for validating block data within a drawing, and allows users to create counts, zoom into counted objects, and end counting functions. Users can also insert count values into text and tables. Floating windows are also an option for drawing tabs, and they can be dragged and dropped into them by using the "drag and drop" function.
Options available to control it
There are many options available to control the AutoCAD AEC toolspace. To set the tolerance, select the 'Tolerance' option from the Tools menu. This parameter specifies the distance between the PI along the feature and the arc. Alternatively, choose the 'Points' option to specify the distance between the PI along the feature and the arc. These options can be changed to suit the user's preferences.
Issues with it
Some issues were related to the use of the Reference Templates and the Default Quantity Takeoff Criteria. Default Quantity Takeoff Criteria did not apply to drafting elements that were outside the drafting buffers. A referenced template would ignore a default data shortcut, and the pay item assigned to a data-referenced pipe would not change. When the referenced data shortcut was selected, the contextual ribbon tab "Pipe Networks" and "Alignment" would appear. When this issue was corrected, the Export to DGN function produced the desired result.
After exporting 3D models, there were a few issues that appeared. In the Superelevation Tabular Editor, you would see an error message stating that the rate of change for a feature line was incorrect. To resolve the problem, use the PurgeHiddenAlignsfromSites command when working with feature line-based drawings. Alternatively, you can undo your changes and reopen the drawing.
The latest release of the AEC component - a parametric analysis software - contains fixes for a number of common issues. The catalog-defined blocks in the profile view did not display as they should when imported into MicroStation V8i or Connect v13. Editing feature lines in the same site did not update the surface or corridor. In addition, certain label style components were missing from the Summary tab of the Label Style Composer dialog box. Lastly, when generating a gravity network analysis report, the section time was incorrect.
The overlayWidenWithSuper1 subassembly now displays a blank tooltip in cases where users edit a feature line-based drawing. Additionally, a user no longer sees a warning message when saving a circular relationship between two files. Users are also encouraged to use the PurgeHiddenAlignsfromSites command to fix this issue.