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Shift A Custom Linestyle
Shift A Custom Linestyle
** Free Login Required ** If you use custom linestyles that incorporate symbols or text, you may have been frustrated with the placement of the symbol or text. For example using a custom linestyle for an electric line may look like --- E ---; the "E" may land on existing graphics or at other undesirable locations.
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Productivity Corner: The Place Note Tool, Part 1
Productivity Corner: The Place Note Tool, Part 1
One tool that received a significant facelift in MicroStation V8 2004 Edition is the venerable Place Note tool (figure 1). The Place Note tool creates one or more lines of text immediately adjacent to a segmented leader line that terminates in some form of arrow or other terminator (a term familiar to all MicroStation users).
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Using Level Symbology To Plot Thinner Lines.
Using Level Symbology To Plot Thinner Lines.
A question we recently received was: "Is there a way to plot the lines in some reference files thinner, without changing the drawing and keep the other reference files the same?" The easy way to handle this is to use Level Symbology. (The following directions are for MicroStation/J.)
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