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rhino:layouts6tips [2018/09/04]
maryfugier
rhino:layouts6tips [2019/06/07] (current)
maryfugier [Is your annotation text too big or large when you open or import a model or DWG into Rhino 6?]
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   * Like other styles, all new dimensions and annotation text will be assigned to the current annotation style.   * Like other styles, all new dimensions and annotation text will be assigned to the current annotation style.
  
-===== Is your annotation text too big or large when you open or import a model or DWG into Rhino 6? =====  +===== Is your annotation text very large when you open or import a model or DWG into Rhino 6? =====  
-The **Enable layout space scale** is likely check and should be //​unchecked//​. When unchecked, this setting will allow the model space test height to be displayed on the layout, instead of forcing the text to be displayed on the layout full size.  +The **Enable layout space scale** is likely check and should be **//​unchecked//​**. When unchecked, this setting will allow the model space test height to be displayed on the layout, instead of forcing the text to be displayed on the layout full size.  
-  * If **Enable layout space scale** is unchecked or disabled, the text is 6 units high, and the display scale on the detail is 1/24, then the text will be scaled to display 1/4 unit high on the layout. +  * If **Enable layout space scale** is **unchecked** or disabled, the text is 6 units high, and the display scale on the detail is 1/24, then the text will be scaled to display 1/4 unit high on the layout. 
-  * If **Enable layout space scale** is checked or enabled, it will be the full 6 units high on the layout. This is very large on a layout that may be only 24x18. To solve this, //uncheck// **Enable layout space scale.**+  * If **Enable layout space scale** is **checked** or enabled, it will be the full 6 units high on the layout. This is very large on a layout that may be only 24x18. To solve this, //uncheck// **Enable layout space scale.**
  
 Questions? Please email [[mary@mcneel.com|Mary Ann Fugier]] Questions? Please email [[mary@mcneel.com|Mary Ann Fugier]]
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