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SpenceMcGin posted a topic in Map 3DI've noticed in Autocad 2016 using the curve arrow command makes more of a jagged pointed curve in the arrow than previous years. I was wondering if there was a way to change it back. To the perfect curve that it used to make before this years version. I included a picture of the arrows, the top one is 2016 and the bottom one is 2014 Autocad. I haven't found anything and I am assuming there isn't a way to change it. It's not that big of a deal just an eye sore to what I'm used to seeing. Thanks for the help
Hello, I have been linking source and destination wires on my drawings successfully. Suddenly, I am not able to create a source arrow for wire, but able to create destination arrow. When am trying to create Source arrow, it is giving an error called HA1S1.dwg file not found. Does anyone know what the problem is?? Thanks in advance
I'm new to AutoCAD LT, and it's been ten years since I used any CAD software- and it was MiniCAD that I used. I remember in that program that we used to use a linetype with directional arrows interspersed in it for showing things like flow direction, but I can't find it in LT. Also, that program didn't use lisp files- so I have no idea what I'm doing with one, how to make it, program it into LT, etc. Can anyone tell me step-by-step from the beginning how I would go about creating (or finding already created) this linetype?