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    How to place an arrow that looks like the text arrow on revit?

    How to place an arrow that looks like the text arrow on revit?

    #2
    eehhhhmmm, could you elaborate some more? Pic maybe?
    Martijn de Riet
    Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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      #3
      perhaps he's talking about having a standalone arrow?

      wjnaim, if that's the case, just create a generic annotation family with nothing in it, load it into your project and after you place it, you can add leaders (you'll have to change the type properties for the arrowhead).

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        #4
        Originally posted by darryl View Post
        perhaps he's talking about having a standalone arrow?

        wjnaim, if that's the case, just create a generic annotation family with nothing in it, load it into your project and after you place it, you can add leaders (you'll have to change the type properties for the arrowhead).
        add 2 short invisible lines crossed as a reference

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          #5
          you will find such a dummy family in this thread.
          Julien
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            #6
            Yep.. this is the way we add a standalone arrow too (See Darryl's reply above).. Simple empty generic annotation family. Works like a champ. Call it 'The Lone Arrow' or something so you can find it later...
            Last edited by mikerthebiker; August 25, 2011, 07:49 PM.

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