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Simon_Weel
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Annotation scale in Block editor

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09-17-2009 02:03 AM
When I open a block in the Block editor, the annotationscale seems to switch to a random scale. When I set the correct annotationscale, save the block and reopen it, again the random scale is active.
Is there a way to permanently set the annotationscale for a block?

Simon Weel
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tcorey
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Re: Annotation scale in Block editor

09-17-2009 06:35 PM in reply to: Simon_Weel
Simon, are you talking about the annotative scale attached to the text objects that are within the block or the annotative scale attached to the block itself?

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simon.weel
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Re: Annotation scale in Block editor

09-18-2009 04:02 AM in reply to: Simon_Weel
Neither. Lets say the drawing is set at annotationscale 1:50. In this drawing, I open a dynamic block, so I'm switched to the block editor window. In this window, the annotationscale is set to, what seems to be, a random scale. In this case 1:1000, which makes all annotative objects fill the screen. I set the annotationscale back to 1:50 and everything is normal. Close the blockeditor, saving the changes. I reopen the same block in the blockeditor and once again, the annotationscale is set at 1:1000.

I seems logic to me for the blockeditor window to use the current drawing scalefactor, but apparantly it's not?

Simon Weel

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