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steveperkio8850
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2012 Redline thickness override?

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08-20-2012 09:47 AM

The default thickness setting appears to be 3.

Thickness.JPG

 

I prefer 5 as it is easier to see in viewpoints, but I cannot locate where the default is set at.

I tried changing it after deleting lastsession.xml to see if that would change it (doesn't) and also

tried saving out my workspace with this setting to no avail.

 

Ideas?

 

Perk

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alan.quinn
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Re: 2012 Redline thickness override?

08-22-2012 09:25 AM in reply to: steveperkio8850

Please go here http://docs.autodesk.com/NAVMAN/10.0/ENU/Autodesk%20Navisworks%20Manage%202013%20Online%20Help/index... 

 

and do a search for Redline Tools Panel

 

Thank for posting your question,



Alan Quinn
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steveperkio8850
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Re: 2012 Redline thickness override?

08-22-2012 09:34 AM in reply to: alan.quinn

Thanks, but I already have that info unless I'm missing something that you were trying to show me.

I have to change it in every drawing every time that I open it or them.

 

I was hoping for a global default setting for this in the advanced options editor or elsewhere.

 

I found this option, but it always defaults back to 3 no matter what I change it to.

Thickness_2.JPG

 

Regards,

Perk

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dgorsman
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Re: 2012 Redline thickness override?

08-23-2012 09:20 AM in reply to: steveperkio8850

Do you have a global options XML file in one of the search locations?  They always seem to work for the things that I don't want to manage, and not work for the things I *do* want to manage.

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