It all started with a tweet posted few days ago. Kieren Porter (@snowyweston) posted an image about some nasty system family type in the project.
It got my attention simply because I was in the middle of dealing with the exact same issue from one of my projects. I have been told this is a known issue by Autodesk and it is fixable. However, it was going on for weeks to try to have their support team to resolve the issue.
So, what’s the big deal, you might ask!? For some unknown reasons, these “rogue” family types starting to come up from nowhere and it created many types of tick mark, dimension style and text style on its own. All of a sudden, you have these non-company standard styles in your file, it really becomes an annoying issue.
There is a number of ways to get around these issues, you can rename these dim style with “z” “Do no use” so user will avoid using them. Some dim styles can be purged using “Purge Unused”. To get rid of them once and for all, it is not as…