Abd ul-Rahman Lomax wrote:

>
> There may be a better way, but as I recall, moving the entire design will
> force an update of all polygons. So select all, pick it up at the origin
> and move it over an inch, and then back if you must. It *may* work if the
> move leaves the design in the same place, I don't recall and I can't check now.

It works leaving the design in the same place. I usually select all polygons with
the query manager and then do a "move selection" clicking twice on the same
coordinates. This updates all polygons and split planes.

Emanuel

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