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order linenumber size spec on iso annotation.

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05-06-2013 11:01 PM

Hello,

 

I mannaged to get the "service" in my linenumber annotation

 

<LineNumberScheme Name="LineNumber" AnnotationStyle="Standard" Format="{0}-{1}" Alignment="SkewAligned" LeaderStyle="AsNeeded" ComponentFields="Size PIPING-SPEC" LineFields="PIPELINE-REFERENCE ATTRIBUTE1" ComponentFormat="{1}-{0}" LineFormat="{0}-{1}" />

 


so i get linenumber service spec size

 

i realy want size service linenumber spec on my iso (as on the P&ID and ortho)

 

linenumber iso.png

 

i tried switching around the {0} and {1} arround but can not get it right....

 

thanks

 

Lucas

 

 

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Re: order linenumber size spec on iso annotation.

05-07-2013 01:17 AM in reply to: Lucas75

Hi,

 

not sure if this is what you're after.

You can change the annotation setup in:

Project setup - p3d DWG setup - p3d class definition - piperun component 

 

in the block you can edit the order of the callout.

See picture.

 

//Mikael

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Re: order linenumber size spec on iso annotation.

05-07-2013 01:46 AM in reply to: mikael

Hi Mikael,

 

No, this is already done for the ortho drawings 

 

i mean the text on the isometric drwing, generated when creating an iso...

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