As you can see, the s econd arrow has snapped to an invisible circle. No matter what I do, drag or redimension, it always floats or snaps like this. How do I fix this?
You could just put "2X" the other call out or "TYP. 2X" depending on your format.
Have you tried to dimension the lower hole and drag the arrow to the upper, Also it sometimes won't work if they are not from the same feature.
Yes, I have already tried that. please see the second screenshot.The drawing has mirror activated so it is probably just a glitch in SW 2018.
In my SW2019, a second arrow on a diametral dimension (or a callout) isn't permitted.
Are you placing a note?
If so, use a dimension (or better yet, a callout) instead.
guess I was wrong it will work if they are not from the same feature but the same size.
the 2 with center marks are from the same feature and I could not get it to point to it, the 3rd hole is from another feature see tree:
Jim Moses wrote: Hi again, guess I was wrong it will work if they are not from the same feature but the same size.the 2 with center marks are from the same feature and I could not get it to point to it, the 3rd hole is from another feature see tree: Regards,
Jim Moses wrote:
I wonder if there is a setting for this as my SW2019 doesn't permit a second leader or it's standard based (I'm on ANSI).
Not sure I had thought it used to work that way, but usually I handle it by 2x, 3x, etc. I haven't really had occasion to have to call them out that way in a while like maybe 2016 or 2015
I don't see anything in the Document Properties that will let you toggle anything in the Dimensions settings, maybe someone with more knowledge will chime in
Ahmad, I don't know but may be the sketch has problem. so when you begin sketch by mistake double click besides the circle. so the tiny circle still may exist at sketch. sometime a dot still there which you can't see.
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