There is a dimension appears on Flow arrow on Isometric. and if the line is insulated it also gives an Insulation break. is there a setting to turn this off?
Turn off Insulation break annotation:
Go to IsoConfig.xml from project style folder. e.g. Project name\Isometric\Check_ANSI-B
Comment out selection below string or Delete it.
<PropertyBreakerScheme Name="InsulationLimit" AnnotationStyle="SpecBreak" Tag="Left Right" Alignment="FlatHorizontal" LeaderStyle="AlwaysNonArrowed" Filter="NotBoltOrWeld" Field="HasInsulation" DefaultAnnotationStyle="Standard" DefaultL-->eaderStyle="Always" WordWrapLimit="10" EnableMultiple="true" />
Btw, the issue regarding dimension for Flow arrow has been identified. Thanks for your reporting it.
My above reply is to solve insulation annotation for flow arrow.
Remove dimension of flow arrow:
Go to isoconfig.xml file to modify, e.g. Project\Isometric\Check_A2\isoconfig.xml, add below red string.
<Filter Name="Fitting" Value="NOT (Type = 'Pipe' OR Type = 'Gasket' OR Type = 'REINFORCEMENT-PAD' OR Type = 'Flange' OR Type = 'Bolt' OR Type LIKE 'Valve*' OR Type = 'Olet' OR Type LIKE 'Instrument*' OR Type = 'Support' OR Type LIKE 'Elbow*' OR Type LIKE 'Cross*' OR Type = 'Weld' OR Type LIKE 'Tee*' OR Type LIKE 'Y-*' OR Type = 'FLOOR-SYMBOL' OR Type = 'FLOW-ARROW')" />
The issue has been fixed in our next release.
Thanks very much.
The issue where a dimesion is being placed for the flow arrow has been escalated to our development team so it is something that is under current investigation.
Ok...i have this flow arrow edit inplace.
I have a line that starts with a section of Rubber lined pipe from the pump then after FIT/DIT, the line continous an in a poly pipe spec.
on the poly section, flow arrows are aok
on the rubber lined section, the flow arrows are dimensioned!
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