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    Has anyone ever run into this? As in the image, the line is at 0 degrees and supposedly straight but sure doesn't look it. any reason this may be? Also, sometimes it displays as lines overlapping when there is only one line. This is just in this particular drawing. It's been funky and the cursors are also the wrong color and all these problems occurred at the same time
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    The UCS is probably rotated. Use UCS, World, and maybe Plan, World to get it all back to normal.
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    The two colored crosshairs indicates that you are in a 3D view. Change your view to Plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDraw View Post
    The two colored crosshairs indicates that you are in a 3D view. Change your view to Plan.
    Thank you! this solved my problem. I don't know the options in the top left disappeared but I got it back.

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