I am just wondering how is possible to set up a Multileader style that creates text with a background mask.
I have been trying to get this feature in the Multileader style manager and I could not find it in order to avoid to set up background mask every time I create a Multileader
Me too! I’m I need to this feature! Why it is not in the style manager? Weird!
I have gone into the block for the hexagon for keynotes, and put a wipeout behind it. Now all of my hex keynote leaders work that way!
Thank you Bob for the answer,
I couldn’t know to play with the “block for the hexagon for keynotes”!
However, this is an AutoCAD issue! Background is available at the object level but not at style level in case of multiline texts style and multi leaders style!!!!
Fortunately, the background at style level is available for dimension style (attached)!
...and yet, the DIMTFILL variable will let you dimension with background masks automatically. The hex thing is simply another block that one style of multileader uses. It's just a matter of locating that block and editing it in the block editor!
Many thanks Bob,
Actually, that does not work. If you copy an mleader you've changed to have a background mask, and paste it to you tool palatte, using that tool will create an mleader without a background mask.
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