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    Thanks Rob. :beer: That one was not mine...

    Thanks Rob. :beer:

    That one was not mine actually, but done by a guy whom I trained, I am mighty particular about the leaders.
    I feel that they should be as elegant and well conceived as the...
  2. Thread: TEXT Edit

    by Dadgad
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    Welcome to CADTutor. :) What view perspective...

    Welcome to CADTutor. :)

    What view perspective are you in?
    Might it be BACK?
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    nestly, thanks for the visual, but what I meant...

    nestly, thanks for the visual, but what I meant was that I do not want to have
    a predefined default landing and attachment point.

    I frequently do notes on very dense drawings, where I want to be...
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    While I understand that there is much to be said...

    While I understand that there is much to be said for Mleaders, I personally prefer Qleaders,
    as I use spline leaders, and I like to be able to adjust the text proximity (it is not atttached) point,...
  5. You're talking my language f700es! :beer:

    You're talking my language f700es! :beer:
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    Ensuring that your NODE osnap is turned off will...

    Ensuring that your NODE osnap is turned off will help avoid this sticky wicket, meaning mis-associated dimensions connected to other dimensions.
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    You might want to check in OPTIONS, on the 3D...

    You might want to check in OPTIONS, on the 3D Modeling tab, as shown in the screenshot
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    A DATE FIELD is a unique case, see the SYSVDLG...

    A DATE FIELD is a unique case, see the SYSVDLG description in the screenshot.
  9. Thread: diameter

    by Dadgad
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    Sounds like what you are meant to do is to use...

    Sounds like what you are meant to do is to use the SCALE command with REFERENCE perhaps,
    and size it so that the longest dimension across it will be 36".
  10. Welcome to CADTutor. :) Inventor can, at...

    Welcome to CADTutor. :)

    Inventor can, at least I assume it can, I know it handles quite a range of file types.
    Probably Inventor FUSION too, which was freeware, not sure if it still is.
    If you...
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    Welcome to CADTutor! Sorry to hear that you are...

    Welcome to CADTutor!
    Sorry to hear that you are using LT, otherwise you could use

    http://www.lee-mac.com/text2mtext.html

    I loathe DTEXT and use this a lot.
    Thanks Lee!

    One of our resident...
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    Nice one nestly, especially the SELECT > Previous...

    Nice one nestly, especially the SELECT > Previous tip! :beer:
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    Sorry JD, I didn't mean to cast any aspersions,...

    Sorry JD, I didn't mean to cast any aspersions, and as one who is not Inventor savvy, I took the time spent to be indicative of how long an accomplished and respected user might
    expect using it. ...
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    I am glad to hear that, as I hold you in very...

    I am glad to hear that, as I hold you in very high regard, and that is how many I need too (6&2),
    although reviewing my commandline history I was bummed to see that when I changed
    the diameter in...
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    I am more intrigued by this as an exercise in...

    I am more intrigued by this as an exercise in logic, than a race against the clock.
    What is the least number of commands with which anybody can do this?
    I too, like eldon used a 3 sided polygon...
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    I have not used this one, by Lee Mac, :beer: ...

    I have not used this one, by Lee Mac, :beer: http://www.lee-mac.com/attmodsuite.html but it may be suitable for what you are trying to do, I hope it helps.
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    Try using the BLOCKREPLACE command.

    Try using the BLOCKREPLACE command.
  18. I suspect that nestly has nailed it, I was just...

    I suspect that nestly has nailed it, I was just about to say the same thing, until I watched your video! :beer:
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    Very nice GP, thanks for sharing! :beer:

    Very nice GP, thanks for sharing! :beer:
  20. Welcome to CADTutor. :) If you can only pick...

    Welcome to CADTutor. :) If you can only pick one, I would definitely go with A. I believe that if it were relative to the global origin, the appropriate term would be absolute.
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