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tingraham
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cogo points plan readability

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09-05-2013 10:31 AM

My delima is regarding cogo point readability. I'm used to LDD so this may be the issue. I set a cogo point but I want it to stay in the same orientation. if I use orbit or dview the cogo point data reorients (rotates) to line up horizontally. I would like the data to remain as set originally. I tried changing plan readabilty in label styles but when I drag the point it rotates to the current view orientation. Is there a way to control the rotation once dragged so it does not reorient if I change the orbit or dview?

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john.mckenzie
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 10:38 AM in reply to: tingraham

I believe you can in the dragged state settings. I will check.

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john.mckenzie
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 10:44 AM in reply to: john.mckenzie

Not sure if this works and am not at a point to test it.

try changing dispaly to "as composed" and see if it helps here.

Let us know if it worked so I dont mislead the next reader

Capture3.PNG

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tingraham
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 11:28 AM in reply to: john.mckenzie

John,

Much thanks. It works to control the cogo point text. But, now I see that the leader needs to be controlled. Any idea.

 

 

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john.mckenzie
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 11:29 AM in reply to: tingraham

show me a picture of what you are getting.

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john.mckenzie
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 11:35 AM in reply to: tingraham

I would go to label styles and select

right click and edit the leader opions shown here

 

Capture4.PNG

 

leader attachment and leader justification.

 

I am just guessing again but HEY I'm on a roll so why not.

 

Remember to accept solutions and a KUDDO once in a while is great for the on-line ego LOL

yeah, I have NO pride.

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tingraham
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 11:39 AM in reply to: john.mckenzie

See attached before and after orbit snap shots.

 

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tingraham
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 11:53 AM in reply to: john.mckenzie

If the display is set to composed then everything else is greyed out. If display is staked then I can change leasder attachment. which did not resolve the odd leader once dragged. Appreciate your help. Any other idea. 

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john.mckenzie
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Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 11:59 AM in reply to: tingraham

yup.

 

change back to stacked. this will allow you tio change the options for the leader.

Change back to as composed afterwards and see what happens.

 

Still guessing.

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john.mckenzie
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Message 10 of 14 (241 Views)

Re: cogo points plan readability

09-05-2013 12:08 PM in reply to: john.mckenzie

I suspect the one you want to change is leader justification.

Still guessing here.

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