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Lance.Coffey
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Re: Controlling the font thickness/boldness for generic annotation within a fami

02-06-2013 03:54 PM in reply to: ArynBergman

You can start by creating a copy of the family, and then remove any color or grayscale elements (as well as fill patterns) from the copied family, and test if the issue with the text continues in the new family.



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ArynBergman
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Re: Controlling the font thickness/boldness for generic annotation within a fami

02-15-2013 10:43 AM in reply to: ArynBergman

Hey guys, the solution ended up being much easier than I was anticipating; all you have to do is change the view's Visual Style to hidden line and the embedded generic annotation plots correctly.  It stil preverves the color filter and patterns needed in the family.  On the screen the text still looks a little too bold, but it's something we can live with.  Thanks for helping me investigate!

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