I am making an engineering drawing with dual dimensions. When I set the tolerance to basic on angle dimensions it creates a second empty bracket below the angle. How do I get rid of this or does anybody have a work-around?
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In the property manager of the dimension what do you have set here?
In tools>options> what do you have set here?
Are these dimensions created in your drawing or inserted through insert model items?
I am using the smart dimension tool to insert these dimensions in to the drawing.
Can you expand you image to include the edit dimension text portion of the property manager?
For those particular dimensions overwrite the dual dimension setting at the bottom of the property manager of each dimension.
What you are seeing is the mm conversion of (°) to which I have never known one to exist.
What version are you running.
You mean using the Override vaule option in the Primary value section? Just checking the box leaves the bracket there. Attempting to change the dual dimension override causes the program to crash.
I am using the 2011-2012 student edition.
he is talking about a box farther down in the property manager called Dual Dimension. which, for me does not show up for angle dims. this may be a bug in the student edition. I don't know how you would go about reporting that.
No I was talking about what Jeremey said. This might just ba a bug with the student edition.
You might be better off shuttung off the dual dimension setting in tools>options and manually
overwrite the linear dimensions in the property manager.
I like Jeremy did notice after saying what I said in my earlier post the the angular dimensions
do not have and dual dimension setting in the property manager as I originally thought.
So this speaks to what I said before. There is no mm conversion value for angular.
Oh well, thanks anyways guys.
Sorry I couldn't give you better news.
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