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Registered: ‎02-26-2012
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Annotative scale problem

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02-04-2013 07:58 AM




I imported an annotative grid from Autocad MEP in autocad LT. but it do the same in MEP. My annotative scale is 1:100 in model view. When I go in paper view I want to put a scale of 1:150 for a certain viewport but the problem is that the annotative grid follow the viewport scale... 


I just want to keep the same annotative scale in the viewport!


Is there a way to do so? Look the pictures...the first one is in modelview and the second is in paperview! As you see in paper the bubble are bigger than in model (I dont want this :/)


Please help me !!

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Re: Annotative scale problem

02-04-2013 10:26 AM in reply to: jonathan.riouxgervais

1:100 is not the same as 1:150. If the circle were annotative, they would not change in size: they appear to be non-annotative instead, so their size changes.


I suspect the top file already contained a definition of that block and it was non-annotative. RENAME command to call it something else then reinserting the "grid" may well fix it.

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