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WF2 - How to #resume; #by layer ?

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WF2 - How to #resume; #by layer ?


Hello gurus,

how do you handle #Resume; #By Layer in WF2?
I can get it only in #Resolve Feature; #Fix Model; #Feature; #Resume; #Layer
…
My RMB-menu shows only last or all (without of confirmation, which are the
last!!!)
and my menu #Edit; Resume; shows only selected, last or all
Any clue?
Can I hope for WF3 ?

TIA Uwe

Engineering Office Uwe Driehaus
Im Brachfeld 6
D-53819 Neunkirchen-Seelscheid

fon : +49 / 2247 / 74 55 90
fax : +49 / 2247 / 74 55 91

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RE: WF2 - How to #resume; #by layer ?

Uwe,

Select Cntrl -F for search dialog box, leave look for and look by as
feature. Go to the Status tab, under rule-selected layer, set the
criteria as either included or not. Then enter a value foe your layer.
Select find know. Pick any or all items selected then close the dialog
box. After which just right click mouse on an empty screen area and
choose "delete or resume".

If you use this a lot make a mapkey.

Brad Juchno
Power Medical Interventions, Inc.
2021 Cabot Blvd. West
Langhorne, Pa. 19047
267-775-8105
267-775-8122 Fax
bjuchno@pmi2.com
www.pmi2.com <http: www.pmi2.com="/>
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