Actually. That one does combine them. This (attached) doesn't. But you might have to change the Justification afterwards to make it look right.
Well, if you ask me it's got something to do with autocad's image handeling. That's the base of any masking that autodesk uses with an exception to mtext masking. I also use wipeouts in some of my boundary pin blocks, and never had problems before 2013. I think there are some internal components that autodesk has yet to complete in the programming, so i'll just chock it up to autodesks constat "Work in progress" programming. Thanks for all the input guys, i'm going to submit another ticket about this...lol.
Did you mean chalk it up, as in, on a blackboard/chalkboard?
I have a lisp that converts text to separate pieces of mtext, maintaining original size, style, justification etc. Can't remember where I got it; either on these forums or from Lee Mac.
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