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Re: How to "inline" a sub-model?
November 18, 2013 04:39PM
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Michael Heidemann
Inlining means that you substitude a linetype1 reference with the content of that referenced file and take care of the position and orientation.
There are several tools nowadays that can help you to do that (DATHeader, LDDP, Inliner etc.). Depending on real task every application has it benefits.

I hope this answers your question.

OK, that's not what I want.
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