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alijahed

Hi All,

 

Is there any way to change the linetype scale in settings just for one line type style?

It seems it does it for all line types when you do it.

 

It would be even more useful if I could have different linetype scale of a specific line type in different layer.

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ReMark

You could change it via Properties or Quick Properties.

 

If you need something specific that you can use in any drawing consider putting the linetype on a tool palette then drag and drop into your drawing or use the Design Center.

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alijahed

Thanks mate,

 

I am doing it like that at the moment but I don't like it, I prefer to have a solution like changing the setting which there isn't apparently, hope somebody comes with a solution :)

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eldon

You could make a scaled linetype using, as a template, the original definition, and give it another name. :D

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RobDraw

In other words, create a new linetype that displays correctly at your usual LTScale.

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alijahed

I seriously don't understand why they haven't developed this feature yet!

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RobDraw

It has been developed. Look into creating linetypes. It would be very easy to take an existing linetype definition and scale it as eldon suggested.

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alijahed

I understand that.

What I am saying is, something that allows you to manipulate just one existing line-type's scale rather than creating new line type and etc.

Anyhow I am trying to install express tool to do so for now.

Cheers

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RobDraw

The only reason I said to create a new one was so that the original would stay intact. Go ahead and redefine that linetype definition to suit your needs.

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alijahed

Thanks mate, I agree.

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