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Mark_Leaf
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Changing Styles and Width factor for Light and Diffuser Tags

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08-12-2003 12:29 AM
I want light and difffuser tags to use style REGT which uses FONT Romansp.shx with a width factor of 0.8. Is there an easy way to do this without exploding the block and editing the attribute text. Changing the Standard dim style to REGT only changes out the FONT and the width is not affected.

Mark
*[Autodesk], jason martin
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Re: Changing Styles and Width factor for Light and Diffuser Tags

08-13-2003 12:55 AM in reply to: Mark_Leaf
Hi Mark -

The view blocks inside the tags work in the same way as a standard AutoCAD
block.

The width factor of the attributes are applied to each instance of the
blocks rather than the block definitions.

If you always wanted the blocks to show this way you should edit the content
drawings, so that they come in with a default width factor of .8.

jason

"Mark_Leaf" wrote in message
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> I want light and difffuser tags to use style REGT which uses FONT
Romansp.shx with a width factor of 0.8. Is there an easy way to do this
without exploding the block and editing the attribute text. Changing the
Standard dim style to REGT only changes out the FONT and the width is not
affected.
> Mark
>
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Mark_Leaf
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Registered: ‎08-13-2003
Message 3 of 4 (107 Views)

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08-13-2003 02:48 AM in reply to: Mark_Leaf
Jason, I did a search for the content drawing and it was not located.
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Mark_Leaf
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08-13-2003 04:42 AM in reply to: Mark_Leaf
Jason,
Thank you for your time, I figured it out.

Mark

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