I have been trying for an hour to fix this, and I haven't a clue what is causing it. I've never had this problem before.
For notes and text in my drawings, I always explode a dimension, steal the text, and delete the rest. Then I type whatever I want, move it around, whatever, never had a problem.
Today, I want to type "1.0 ..... Plan".
For some reason, when i hit the spacebar after "1.0", the space gets put behind the number, and when i type "." it appears BEHIND the numbers "1.0". Now, if I type letters instead of ".", it goes in front of the "1.0" but with no space. If I type "1.0" SPACE "hello" it appears as "1.0hello", no space.
If I type what i want in another drawing, it works fine, but as soon as I paste it in the drawing I want it in, the periods jump behind the numbers. What is going on????
Please let me know if my description is too confusing.
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Probably has to do with Bullets and Lists, right click and turn that off. And please, just use mtext command, why go through all that with a dimension.
The dimesnions and deleting thing I was taught, I'm not really sure why I still do it to be honest! habbit I suppose.
Unfortunately, turning off lists and bullets did absolutely nothing.... any other thoughts?
You will need to post a drawing with that behavior, not the whole drawing just the text that does that in a drawing.
I figured it out- it was the font I was using. Apparently it's a Hebrew font and therefore writes from right to left. When I change the font, the problem goes away. Thanks for your suggestions.