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MLeader - landing - dogleg

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06-23-2013 01:26 AM

Hello,

 

Can anyone tell me what the difference is between the landing and a dogleg of a mleader? What is the difference between the properties:

EnableDogleg

DoglegLength

EnableLanding

LandingGap

 

Thank you.

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Re: MLeader - landing - dogleg

06-24-2013 10:07 AM in reply to: Ertqwa

If you draw an MLeader inside of AutoCAD, then enable the Properties window and select the MLeader you will easily see what all of these options do





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Re: MLeader - landing - dogleg

06-24-2013 01:19 PM in reply to: fenton.webb

Hello,

 

No it doesn't. The multileader does not have a property dogleg or dogleg length (in AutoCAD 2012).

But it turns out that the property 'Landing distance' (in AutoCAD) is the 'DogLegLength' (in .NET API), and 'EnableDogLeg' is the 'Horizontal Landing'. 'Landing gap' is for mleaders with text only. Which leaves 'EnableLanding'. What does this do? If I set it to FALSE (in .NET API), it still shows the landing gap for a mleader with text.

 

Documentation says "Boolean to enable/disable landing of leader line." But it doesn't affect horizontal landing or landing gap.


Ty for the reply.

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Re: MLeader - landing - dogleg

06-24-2013 04:51 PM in reply to: Ertqwa

If I remember correctly and would have to dig it up, but certain properties had to be set in a certain order and/or would only work after the Mleader was added to the database.

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Re: MLeader - landing - dogleg

06-26-2013 09:51 PM in reply to: jeff

Ok, I'll keep that in mind. No luck so far.

 

Ty for the reply.

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