How are you determining that you are only getting 18, Tools > Cross Reference or Tools > Update Other Objects > Cross Reference?
I followed your example and get Xref Annotations 1-23R which says this net is also on sheet 1, block 23 R -- where R is the 18th letter of the alphabet so I'm getting all the zones that I'm expecting...
If you are expecting the same from Tools > Cross Reference you need to update the Cross Reference Zones settings too.
Thanks for your reply - I defined the required number of zones in Setup > Settings > Borders and Zones, setting the number of horizontal zones to be 24.
I determined that I am not getting the correct number of horizontal zones by switching on the following switches in Setup > Settings > Display: Zoning Grid, and both options in the Zone Labels section (Border & Left-Top Corner of Each Zone).
When these options have been applied I get the following (showing the regular sized horizontal zones incrementing but stopping at the 18th one and the 19th one being huge going to the edge of the sheet.
Okay, it appears to be a grid display defect. Even though the visible grid doesn't extend all the way (properly) the zones are set and Xref Annotations will see the correct zone info.
Go ahead and open an SR so Customer Support can get the defect logged.
we also noticed that the first allowed number for the field is 1, but we historically started with 0.
Should I opena a SR for this too?
@Milostnik - BS EN ISO 5457 states "1" - n NOT "0"
I'm going to agree with Ian on this, the standards say zones are 1 to n. Because tool follows this standard I would say this isn't a defect, and would be something to address on the Mentor Ideas Site.
Thank You - SR 2573151662 has been raised
The problem appears to be a display issue only - any horizontal zone grids beyond 18 will display off to the left of the graphics window. If you have components placed and generate the cross referencing, the zoning coordinates are correct.
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