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*Tank11
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Dim or Text Leaders in Revit

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05-04-2005 05:00 PM
Q1. How can i make a thick 15deg arrow head in Revit? I wan to leave the
other leader lines thin but make the Arrow pointer 0.50 thick. Can i
do this in Revit?

Q2. Is it possible to make a leader on its own with no text attached to it?

Any one can help, please.

Thankyou
*JTB
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Re: Dim or Text Leaders in Revit

05-04-2005 10:12 PM in reply to: *Tank11
I guess an annotation family can do the work.
*Tank11
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Re: Dim or Text Leaders in Revit

05-10-2005 08:44 PM in reply to: *Tank11
No takers

Maybe this is on the wish list?

Tank11 wrote:
> Q1. How can i make a thick 15deg arrow head in Revit? I wan to leave the
> other leader lines thin but make the Arrow pointer 0.50 thick. Can i
> do this in Revit?
>
> Q2. Is it possible to make a leader on its own with no text attached to it?
>
> Any one can help, please.
>
> Thankyou
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Re: Dim or Text Leaders in Revit

05-11-2005 07:18 AM in reply to: *Tank11
Use a generic annotation family such as this one for your blank leader, you can create as many types of this as you want each with a diff arrow head.

For your first question go to settings>annotations>arrowheads you can create a 15deg there. then edit your text style and leader family to have the new arrowhead style

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