See image: The same symbol is shown in both cases, the only difference is the zoom.
I would very much like my line thickness to be consistent - I specified that the width of both lines be 0.5mm - why aren't both lines 0.5mm?
So I've asked this question of our sales rep tech assistance, done about 4 hours of searching on Google, asked twice in these forums, and haven't gotten anywhere.
The only solution I have managed to work out is to set ALL line thicknesses to zero. At least zero is zero no matter how you scale it.
So basically, for my purposes, SWE doesn't allow modification of line weight. Kind of ridiculous, if you ask me. One would think that Dassault could manage to have 0.5mm lines show up as 0.5mm lines. Guess not.
I went ahead and set EVERY LINE THICKNESS to zero on all symbols, all wires, all hoses, everything...I wrote new templates and updated all my drawings, because this was going to fix my issue.
Finally got everything updated and printed off my first hardcopy...And the thicknesses DO NOT MATCH. The print looks like junk - unprofessional.
EVERYTHING changed - thickness and line type scales are all over the place - I manually adjusted them in the symbols so everything looked right on the screen but now every single symbol has a different scale it seems.
SOMEONE please fix this scaling issue - It is nearly impossible for me to produce a clean, professional drawing. I just spent the better part of 2 days updating all my line styles and regenerating all my drawings. I'm going back to Draft Sight if this is what I'm going to have to deal with on a daily basis.
This is the default line thickness. Please see attached screenshot
Sometimes it shows wires to a bigger thickness when you zoom out the drawing But it doesn't hamper your printed drawings. It may be a graphics issue, pls check if you are using a recommended graphics card.
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