I've got a point layer with 3700 features in ArcPro. Earlier today (and all last week, and the week before), it was displaying fine and then suddenly it decided it didn't want to display.
I've checked zoom extent and it's set to none. Option to zoom to visible grayed out. When I select all in the attribute table they DO highlight as if they are there, but when I deselect they do not show (and they are set as little red dots, no transparency applied.)
If I select a handful and zoom to, they show.
Working in ArcPro 2.1.2 on HP ProBook650 G2, i7, Windows 10
Is ArcPro choosing not to display when a certain number of features exist? If so, what's the cutoff, and can I override that?
UPDATE 4/23/2018: A simple close and re-open resolved the issue! Duh.
well a couple of thousand points is not the issue for sure.
another try... copy to a new featureclass, preferably in a new geodatabase
start a new project, add just that featureclass, no basemap no nothing... still weird?
Is it possible for you to try it on another machine? ( just want to rule out that specific machine)
Lastly, It is Friday... go home
Point feature class in a file geodatabase?
I agree with Dan on the display cache as something you should look at.
There are controls at the layer level:
As well as at the project level:
If that doesn't work, this issue would be a good candidate for technical support.
Awesome. At work, a simple reboot resolved the issue - but I'll have to try this at home where it's still happening (on a different dataset.) Thanks!
If you right click your feature class and go to General: Clear the visibility. For some reason it doesn't clear it if you are using the ribbon; when its set in the Layer Properties.