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SpenceMcGin

Curve Arrows in 2016 different than previous versions

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SpenceMcGin

I'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

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welldriller

This is out of my league but could you make your arrow head than make the shaft using the p-line command then make a block out of it. If you you do it in layer 0 you can also insert it in color and size needed. (it will be in the same color as the layer it is being inserted into.)

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ReMark

Your leader type is "Spline" correct?

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SpenceMcGin

It's a polyline, I use the CARROW command.

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ReMark

I'd suggest trying the Multileader command instead.

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SLW210

CARROW command, I would suspect this is unique to Map 3D. I have moved your thread to the Map 3D Forum.

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rkmcswain

Hmmmm....

 

Command: carrow

Unknown command "CARROW". Press F1 for help.

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