Used to place the Active Cell.
The Active Level is set in the Attributes tool box.
Can be keyed-in here or set in the Cell Library dialog box (Element menu > Cells).
Opens the Cell Library dialog box to let you select an active cell.
Sets the angle by which the cell is rotated, if Interactive is off.
Horizontal scale factor (along x-axis)
Vertical scale factor (along y-axis)
Depth scale factor (along z-axis)
If on, cells that were created in a model with different units from those of the active model are scaled to adjust them to the units of the active model.
If the active cell is a graphic cell
see footnote 45
If on, the scale and rotation angle are defined graphically by data points.
If on, 3D cells can be flattened, or projected, on to one of the standard view projections — Top, Front, Right, Isometric, Bottom, Back, Left, Right Isometric — which is selected from the option menu. Lets you place a view of a 3D cell into a 2D model.
If on, lets you associate cells to elements in the model.
Place Active Cell. Left: At Active Angle and scale (Interactive off). Right: Defining rotation and scale with data points (Interactive on).
The ACTIVE CELL (AC=) and ACTIVE RCELL (AR=) key-ins can be used to set a cell (a shared cell or a cell in the attached cell library) as the active cell and place it in the DGN file.
For example, to set CELL1 as the active cell and place it with its lowest level on the Active Level, key in AR=CELL1.