I want remove this portion of the center line cutting the dimension. How to do that?
If the centreline is necessary I think it would make more sense to move the dimension values to the outside of the leaders.
Breaking the centreline would loose its meaning of aligning the features on the different views. (which I assuming you are trying to achieve)
Definitely there will be an answer in YouTube but sometimes it is difficult to find out a suitable keyword to search in. Before I posted this question in the forum I searched in YouTube but I couldn’t find it.
I prefer YouTube because there are audiovisual aids. It is more specific to the problem and it is like a virtual class room.
Youtube has plenty of 'answers' not all of them are of high value.
Of course there is no quality control what is in the YouTube but the tutor deliver a lecture first introduce himself which reveals his authority to tell the matter. And below there are comments from people which tell whether the stuff good or bad one.
Some people are mockery about me that I am using YouTube.
I don't think anyone wishes to mock you for using youtube. They are just worried you'll learn bad practises from the examples of lesser quality.
Maha Nadarasa - What Bjorn Hulman mentioned is correct 100% -
Bjorn Hulman wrote: I don't think anyone wishes to mock you for using youtube. They are just worried you'll learn bad practises from the examples of lesser quality.
Bjorn Hulman wrote:
If you are traveling from Minnesota to Michigan, there are a thousand different ways... However, heading west probably isn't the best way.
We are just trying to make sure that you are at least pointed east.
Your dedication to learning is outstanding.
Please see the attached file. Just drag that dimension at lower level. That's it.
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