Able to adjust Display Full Detail Boundary by defaut
I think that the dialog should just remember the previous settings. I set it to suit me, you set it to suit you.
There are several things I would like to see improved:
1) Able to set in the dwg template the option that I want in.Each time I make a new detail view must select "Smooth" and "Display Full Detail Boundary."
Could you add an option to set this in document setting ? :
Or in View styles ?:
2) Able to directely select connection line. Currently if it is not selected when creating the view you have to click 3 times on options to have the connection line.
The ability to create custom shapes like ovals, or general fenced areas would be huge.
The ability to take, for a example, a rectangular detail box and rotate it 35 degrees and adjust it's shape from there to cover the part being detailed without having to go over more of the drawing than necessary.
I know you're not Revit, but in Revit, you can create a detail simply by drawing the shape of the area you want to detail and as long as it's a closed shape - it will create the appropriate detail.
Perhaps the choices should be:
- Circle/Oval. By default it creates an oval, but if you hold CTRL or something it'll make a perfect circle
(Photoshop handles circles/ovals this way).
-Box, drag out a box. Have the ability to rotate the box to whatever angle you wish. This allows the box to be custom or a diamond or whatever.
-Custom. Allow the user to draw a closed shape for their detail fence shape. You can already do this (more or less) using crop. If you can use those tools on the detail after it's created, why not when creating the detail fence?
-Should also have a button to change detail for box to circle, etc, without having to delete the existing detail and starting over.
And, finally, as the OP states - the ability to make your choices defaults for future use.
Hello,Is it possible to use a similar interface to AutoCAD.When a detail view is select the ribbon displays useful function:
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