Is there a way to fix this crowding (the "60-100" overlaps the note brackets)? Do you think it's fine?
Just add spaces after the 60-100 that the line will extend.
I wouldn't leave it like that. As far as I know your best option to fix it (and I said "best", not "good") would be to change the text font. Choosing a different standard (ANSI, ISO, etc) for the weld symbol might also work, but I'm not optimistic.
Hm, I could leave the intermittent weld field blank, and then overlay an indendent note over that spot... also not ideal, tho
Instead, removed the callout inside the tail. Then add a note, add the appropriate verbiage, position the note appropriately so that it isn't overlapping, then group the note with the weld callout. Now the note will move with the callout as if it is part of it.
You need to make sure that the callout and the note are in the same view.
Geeez, I wouldn't want to be that welderEdit: If you can change things around the font, perhaps the text is ''right aligned'' and would be better ''left aligned''
That's 60 mm - 100 mm... not inches X)
Can't change the alignment in that weld annotation field, as far as I can tell.
What's interesting is that the symbol sizes itself correctly if the two parts of the intermittent weld text are the same length:
So put a space after the 60 and you're all set:
Oh, nice. But for some reason I have to either add two spaces after the 60, or add one space after 60 and one after the dash. BUT that works. Thanks!
You can add the spaces after the 100, too, as per Jean Giacomoni's comment below
THIS WORK-AROUND IS NOT GOOD, THE SOLUTION DOES NOT MEAN WHAT WAS MEANT TO BE SHOWN.
Got a work around for ya, have the leader anchored on the right and then switch the side of the text.
First image to show menu I speak of, leader anchor is at bottom left
Second image to show my menu(in french, sorry) with my settings for yours, correct.
Okay, that could work
Ergh no never mind what I said Jesse, I'm tired and I forgot my basics for weldments. That is not good procedure and would mean something else.
I could still put the callout to the left of the leader, and then the intermittent weld field wouldn't run into the note brackets
Yeah, but it's not a correct weldment symbol. Here, this might be more clear then what I'm trying to say
I know what you're saying, and I recognized it in your first post. But your suggestion of switching the leader to the other side was still a good workaround ;P
Thank you! This would be the best answer, but I had already clicked on Jim's...
Nevermind, I changed it ;D
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