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    Default Balloon Multi Leader Attachment

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    Hi,

    I am currently using a multi leader with the default tag circle attached to insert balloons into my drawings. I would like the leader to attach to the circle in a straight line to the centre of the circle as on the left hand side balloon bellow, I currently get what is shown on the right hand side. I can remove the landing gap but the leader will only attach to the balloon on the 4 quadrants, is there anyway to amend this?

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    In the definition of MULTILEADERSTYLE, on the Content tab, set the attachment to the INSERTION POINT,
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    Thank You 'Dadgad', tried this before but I hadn't removed my landing gap.

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