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Where from comes the layer $AUDIT-BAD-LAYER ?

A - answer The layer "$AUDIT-BAD-LAYER" is created during the drawing diagnostics process - the AUDIT command. This layer contains objects that were incorrectly placed in a wrong layer.

Typically, this situation occurs when some objects were drawn in the dimension control points definition layer - DEFPOINTS.

Erase the objects from the DEFPOINTS layer, perform PURGE, Save & Close and reopen the drawing. Now repeat the AUDIT - the AUDIT-BAD-LAYER should not reappear.

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See also:
Tip 11469:Why you should not use the DEFPOINTS layer to draw geometry?
Tip 10820:Unable to save to drawing c:\folder\filename.dxf
Tip 10612:Revit error: Unable to open because of unresolved pointer references​
Tip 9276:AutoCAD reports some xrefs as "Unresolved".
Tip 9081:Error: Bad DXF group: (10)

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