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*Kate M
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Lost node osnap for mtext

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12-21-2005 12:24 PM
I know most people here want to turn it off...but mine's gone and I can't
get it back. Running node osnap is on, and it's 2004, so there's no legacy
options...any ideas?
*Kate M
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Re: Lost node osnap for mtext

12-21-2005 12:29 PM in reply to: *Kate M
Also, the mtext has a non-zero width, and even typing NOD doesn't bring up
the snap. This used to work -- I'm not sure what changed.
*None
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Re: Lost node osnap for mtext

12-21-2005 12:55 PM in reply to: *Kate M
2004 has a Repair Feature on the CD - try it.
*Rich Wilson
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Re: Lost node osnap for mtext

12-21-2005 04:16 PM in reply to: *Kate M
Does mtext have nodes? I thought it only had an insertion point.

"Kate M" wrote in message
news:5043749@discussion.autodesk.com...
I know most people here want to turn it off...but mine's gone and I can't
get it back. Running node osnap is on, and it's 2004, so there's no legacy
options...any ideas?
*R.K. McSwain
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Re: Lost node osnap for mtext

12-22-2005 05:20 AM in reply to: *Kate M
Rich Wilson said the following on 12/21/2005 6:16 PM:
> Does mtext have nodes? I thought it only had an insertion point.

No, but 'nod' osnap worked on the grip corners.
See: http://support.autodesk.com/Getdoc.asp?ID=TP00127

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Re: Lost node osnap for mtext

01-18-2012 02:50 PM in reply to: *Kate M

Try changing the osnapnodelegacy variable, by typing "osnapnodelegacy" at the command line. 0 = mtext nodes, 1 = ignore mtext nodes

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