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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
In creating circles and arcs, they work fine, I can fit them, stretch them and make all my interior design details look nice. Often, when I use the move command (or other times/ways) the curved lines suddenly go faceted and no longer curves. When I move/copy item just next to itself, all is well. Seems to happen when I move the item from one space on the grid up to another place on the grid area. Once there, I can copy it, and the arc/curve returns on the copies item, but the original stays with the faceted sides. I spent an hour drawing a huge display of greenery, ivy leaves, etc. with 2 arcs simply face to face to create "leaves". The poly-lines seemed to stay with original curves, but the arcs and circles keep changing on me in my drawings. any curve ( So far I create all of mine through the circle and arc icon button commands) Sometimes moved within my grid area, and sometimes moved off the grid and moved back on again. I cannot say exactly when the format changes,, but I sure notice once I'm working on the final versions of drawings. Any advice to prevent this, & any advice to pick a complicated drawing of leaves/vines and return the whole thing back to curves? Current drawing; Limits; 500. , 500. / Grid spacing 0.2258 Snap is off. Ortho on and off - no effect. AutoCAD LT 2014 / HP DesignJet500 plotter / Windows 7 Professional / Dell Precision M6700 / Intel Core i7 2.60GHz RAM 8.00GB 64bit / Razer Orochi 2013 Mouse.