This is a 'training issue' I have with every single customer. Before using
anything under Edit, repeat this mantra: "Cut from THIS, but Delete from
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
I figured out what the problem was, i used cut from ALL submaps so i got
the symbols from my other maps to when i pasted =)
From: leszek.pisarek [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 1999 1:36 PM
Subject: Re: Map Problem
I have no idea why there is 9 symbols for 1 object,
but I think that you can remove 8 of them in the
1. Use your mouse to point the symbol to be removed
(just move the pointer)
2. Push right button - a menu will be displayed.
3. Choose EDIT->DELETE->SYMBOL.
4. Repeat until the number of symbols is greater than needed.
When you select a symbol (left button) - all symbols of object
are selected. Then, when you use EDIT->DELETE OBJECT->...
from main menu - you delete the object and all of its symbols are
best regards tl+48-61-8528503
leszek pisarek fx+48-61-8525954
On Tue, 6 Apr 1999, Frantsen Christian wrote:
> I have made some locations on my map and moved all nodes to their own
> locations, but now when i discover a new node and want to cut->paste it
> the location it should reside in it makes about 6-10 copies of that
> when i paste it. If i highlight one of thos objects it highlights all and
> i delete one it delete's all.
> I have tried running ovtopofix, owvdb etc to see if there where anything
> wrong with the databases, but that didn't fix it.
> Have anyone had this problem? Would be really nice to have this fixed, i
> don't want 9 firewalls on my map =)
> Christian Frantsen
> Internoc Scandinavia AB
> Tel: +46-36-194843
> Fax: +46-36-194651