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    The menu which you describe was actually a list...

    The menu which you describe was actually a list of the available dimension styles which were stored in that particular .dwg file.
    It is the Dimstyle Manager, and in order to open it, enter DIMSTYLE...
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    If the OP were a kid, he would already know about...

    If the OP were a kid, he would already know about 3D TVs. :)
  3. I typically work in mms, but am occasionally...

    I typically work in mms, but am occasionally given 3D Models which have been done on Imperial templates, which bugs me.
    I use the mode macro as shown in the screenshot, to give me a heads up to such...
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    I didn't forget about this thread Johnn, actually...

    I didn't forget about this thread Johnn, actually downloaded your first drawing the day you posted it, and started looking it over, then work showed up. I have gotten quite busy in the last few...
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    You're very welcome, glad I could help. :beer:

    You're very welcome, glad I could help. :beer:
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    You could model one of those little nubs, then...

    You could model one of those little nubs, then once you have positioned it correctly on the base part
    use ARRAY with the Polar option to create them all the way around the shape.
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    The forum members are all volunteering members of...

    The forum members are all volunteering members of the global cad community There is always somebody here, though perhaps half a world away, as I am, in Indonesia. Threads aren't sessions, and...
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    Interesting Dana, yeah they are coplanar. Having...

    Interesting Dana, yeah they are coplanar.
    Having read your post, I reopened the OP's drawing, and I still can't get the tangent snap to light up on it, like it did on my own spline. :huh:
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    The technique which I described in my earlier...

    The technique which I described in my earlier post worked fine for me, when I tried it on the spline which I created and is shown in my previous screenshot.
    Having seen your response, I opened your...
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    Welcome to CADTutor forum. :) Set your snaps...

    Welcome to CADTutor forum. :)
    Set your snaps like in the screenshot, or you could use Endpoint instead of Midpoint, if you prefer.
    Lots of other ways, but this is pretty straight forward.
    I...
  11. Thanks ReMark, that's the ticket! I had thread...

    Thanks ReMark, that's the ticket!

    I had thread fatigue, couldn't bear the thought of another ancillary can of worms, extended dissertation,
    having not even had my morning shower nor lunch at that...
  12. When in doubt, check Lee Mac out. :)

    When in doubt, check Lee Mac out. :)
  13. Have you tried the CB option in Lee's lisp, from...

    Have you tried the CB option in Lee's lisp, from the description, it sounds like it may be able to do it?
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    You could use Lee Mac's Layer Director...

    You could use Lee Mac's Layer Director tool (which is fantastic), so that whenever you call the REVCLOUD command, your current layer is switched to whatever layer you have designated as the default...
  15. Try using your VIEWPORTS configuration dialog, as...

    Try using your VIEWPORTS configuration dialog, as shown in the screenshot, with VPORTS command.

    The views at the right were generated in a matter of seconds (I would never use all of them as they...
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    Glad I could help you, and got lucky with a good...

    Glad I could help you, and got lucky with a good guess. :beer:
  17. How many views are you meant to show, and or, how...

    How many views are you meant to show, and or, how did you do them in your previous exercise in the course?
    Typically at least one axis of the item being represented will be on either the X or Y...
  18. Sorry, but I am going to take a pass on teaching...

    Sorry, but I am going to take a pass on teaching you the isometric dimensioning, as I have never used them, and I will just wind up reading the thread I linked you to, and perhaps more importantly...
  19. If what you are dimensioning is not at an angle,...

    If what you are dimensioning is not at an angle, then typically you'd use linear dimstyle.
    Unless of course you were doing a DIAMETRIC DIMENSION, say for that hole, when viewed straight on.
  20. Always read your commandline, the prompts are...

    Always read your commandline, the prompts are very important, especially so when you are just learning the software.
    Sorry I don't understand what you mean.
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