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rhino:layouts6tips [2019/06/07]
maryfugier [Is your annotation text too big or large when you open or import a model or DWG into Rhino 6?]
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.
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