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    Default Dimensions disappear in my viewport (layout view)

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    so when creating a viewport, while zooming and panning inside the viewport my dimensions are visible, but once I select the scale I need, they instantly disappear!

    anybody know what going on?

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    Select one of your dimensions, and look in the properties panel... are they annotative?

    If so, be sure that the cannoscale sysvar matches the desired drawing scale (you may have to revise your scale's list).
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