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Assistance in experimenting ANSI Draft

Respected Sir,

 

I am using solid edge st8 though I actaully wanted st5 version.In st5 we have 'n-sided polygon' option used for drawing pentagons and hexagons but this option is not available in the st8 version.Someone please help me out at the earliest.

 

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Accepted by topic author Student1
‎08-19-2016 11:26 AM

Re: Assistance in experimenting ANSI Draft

It's there in ST8. It is now called "Polygon By Center".  Use Command Finder to locate it.

 

ST8 will have way more features than ST5 because it is newer.  You don't want ST5.

 

 

Ken Grundey
Production: ST9 MP6
Testing: ST10

Re: Assistance in experimenting ANSI Draft

@Student1, we went over these same things in an earlier thread yesterday.

Bruce Shand
ST9 MP8 - Insight - Win10 - K4200

Re: Assistance in experimenting ANSI Draft

Yes sir,I know that.I had posted the same questions in two different places to make sure that I get a reply. Thanks a lot for your assistance. It was immensely useful.

Re: Assistance in experimenting ANSI Draft

Sir,

Which font style do we get alpha,beta and gamma in ANSI Draft ST8?


Grundey wrote:

It's there in ST8. It is now called "Polygon By Center".  Use Command Finder to locate it.

 

ST8 will have way more features than ST5 because it is newer.  You don't want ST5.

 

 


 

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Accepted by topic author Student1
‎08-19-2016 11:26 AM

Re: Assistance in experimenting ANSI Draft

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Almost all the Windows fonts have complete character sets.  You will need to use the Character Map tool to see them and then copy them to be able to paste them in your string.  Example "Delta" below:

Δ

 

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Ken Grundey
Production: ST9 MP6
Testing: ST10