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    Quote Originally Posted by riga View Post
    If file is too large then upload here:
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    and then post here on the forum the link to download the file
    here is the link
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=CW3XHI98

    thanks, dale

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    Nothing wrong in your drawing as far as I can see.
    It's LWT on that give you the bold effect (as someone stated before).
    Just turn it off > LWDISPLAY > OFF (or 0)
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    Quote Originally Posted by riga View Post
    Nothing wrong in your drawing as far as I can see.
    It's LWT on that give you the bold effect (as someone stated before).
    Just turn it off > LWDISPLAY > OFF (or 0)

    Thanks very much, something so simple...you would think i should have figured that out..
    thanks again
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    thanks, It was the lwdisplay command

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    Quote Originally Posted by GE13579 View Post
    Just a workaround, but turn off the LWT button at the bottom of the page.
    Thanks very much, something so simple...you would think i should have figured that out..
    thanks again
    Dale

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    Yea, fixed on my machine by turning of the LWT button at the bottom.
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    I have had the same problem. The effected text has a Z value when listed even though it is in paper space. If I move the text to x,x,0'-0" it appears as it should.
    I don't know how it gets moved in the Z direction in paper space but it does. It has started showing up on my plots too which won't be helped by the LWT setting!


    I hope this helps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg001 View Post
    I hope this helps.
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    You are correct. However folks are always looking for answers. And, there's no such thing as stale question. Stale threads perhaps... besides, I'm new to this site/forum and admittedly didn't notice the date.

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