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    Fat slash on Automatic Sketch Dimension

    The attached image shows, I think, that my Automatic Sketch Dimension slash has gone fat. It is only in this file, but driving the users crazy.

    20140616-AutomaticSketchDimensions.JPG

    In VG there is no override adjustment for Annotation Categories > Dimensions > Automatic Sketch Dimensions.
    Under Manage > Object Styles there is no Dimensions sub category.
    Under Annotate > Dimension, none of my Dimension styles have their Edit Type > Graphics > Tick Mark Line Weight set to really fat.

    Do you think this is what the problem is?
    Where do I adjust this please?

    Thanking you in advance.

    Anthony.

    #2
    Mind uploading the file? I can't replicate the problem.

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      #3
      Thank you.
      Attached Files

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        #4
        So just to be sure, you're actually talking about the temporary dimension tick mark changing from tick to filled circle, instead of the scale of it being large, right?

        Nevermind, the temporary dimension shouldn't be affected by scale at all.
        Last edited by tolosegt; June 16, 2014, 06:45 AM.

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          #5
          I don't know why, and I don't know how, but when you go under manage and enter Arrowheads, there is an unnamed type, and that governs your file's temporary dimension tick marks. You can change it from there.

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            #6
            Excellent.
            Indeed the Graphics > Arrow Style was on Dot. Changing it to Diagonal fixed the issue. Further testing there showed that some of the styles bring up fat terminators but others are thin.
            Thank you very much, tolosegt.

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