Projection Line Breaks

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See attached image.
Why doesn't the projection line break work when the projection line crosses the
terminator line? I enabled projection line breaks for the 31.17 dimension but it
does not place a projection line break. Projection line breaks seem to work only
when projection lines are crossing each other and not when a projection line crosses
a terminator line. Is this the expected behavior?
Thanks,
Ed
2 REPLIES

Re: Projection Line Breaks

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Ed,
In a very simple test, I cannot reproduce this. I tried it in the 2D Drafting product
as well as the full product and it works fine for me. Must be case specific. Can
you send this file?
Andy.
"Ed Kadlec" wrote:
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>
>
>See attached image.
>
>Why doesn't the projection line break work when the projection line crosses
>the
>terminator line? I enabled projection line breaks for the 31.17 dimension
>but it
>does not place a projection line break. Projection line breaks seem to work
>only
>when projection lines are crossing each other and not when a projection line
>crosses
>a terminator line. Is this the expected behavior?
>
>Thanks,
>Ed

Andy

Re: Projection Line Breaks

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Andy,
Never mind. I figured it out. The gap in the projection line break was so small
you had to zoom in to see it so I increased the gap size so it shows up when I zoom
out to view the whole part that is being dimensioned.
Ed
"Andrew Brezinski" wrote:
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>Ed,
>
>In a very simple test, I cannot reproduce this. I tried it in the 2D Drafting
>product
>as well as the full product and it works fine for me. Must be case specific.
> Can
>you send this file?
>
>Andy.
>
>"Ed Kadlec" wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>See attached image.
>>
>>Why doesn't the projection line break work when the projection line crosses
>>the
>>terminator line? I enabled projection line breaks for the 31.17 dimension
>>but it
>>does not place a projection line break. Projection line breaks seem to work
>>only
>>when projection lines are crossing each other and not when a projection line
>>crosses
>>a terminator line. Is this the expected behavior?
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Ed

>
>Andy