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Defining Flex duct appearance?

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07-16-2003 03:28 AM
How can I change the default type setting for flex duct?
I've changed my display properties to show all flex duct as single line. When I did that it changed all my flex duct to the from what I preferred to the wavy S appearance. I've looked everywhere and cannot find where the setting is. If I look in the duct preferences on the duct pallete, it's set to a different type which is not showing up. Does anyone know where the setting is I need to change so that it will modify all the flex duct within the drawing?
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Re: Defining Flex duct appearance?

07-16-2003 03:42 AM in reply to: jmcfaddn
It appears all newly drawn flex comes in as shown on the duct preferences. Looks like I can just select all my existing flex and perform a Flex modify properties to get my preferred type. Apparently the S flex must have been the 1-line default when I orginally drew the flex. Since I was using the 2-line display I didn't see that. Then when I switched my flex to 1-line display it all got converted over. Makes sense now that I think about it. Just make sure when drawing your flex that both 1-line & 2-line are set to the appearance that you prefer. Regards, Jmcfaddn

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