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Help w/ DiVinci

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Indiana Jones

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I just switched to Aurora and am now using DiVici sketching after using Apex for 7 years.

Anyway I'm having touble with a couple of things. First, every time I go and click "New Sketch" in DiVinci, it gives me a new sketch page, but keeps the blank sketch page that was already in the template. I went to delete the blank sketch page, but deleted my sketch instead. I can go back in to the sketch, click "Edit" and the sketch will still be there, I'll save the sketch, yet everytime I go back to the report, the sketch is gone.

I can't figure out how to get the sketch back into the report, and I don't want to redraw it as it was a very complex sketch.

Also, how do you rotate the sketch like you could in Apex.

Thanks in advance for the help.
 

Tom Woolford

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YOu need to delete the blank sketch page from the template. What is happening is that you are probably opening the sketcher while displaying the blank sketch page. Then when you close the sketcher, it goes back to displaying the blank page because Davinci created a page of its own. If you go click Jump to forms you should see the new sketch page.. As for Rotating just "select all" and you should see a little green ball. click on the ball and rotate to your hearts delight.
 
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