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Any way to unstack stacked fractions ?

Any way to unstack stacked fractions ?

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I'm looking for that variable now ! One of our guys stacked fractions in a dialog asking about preference, and thinks he probably clicked the wrong box. Now the ability to stack/unstack is greyed out. I'm sure there's a controlling variable for that.

Also, tr1tx posted a question in my earlier Q;. He's interested in how to return his fraction to mid-justified with the base text. Now it seems to be bottom justified after an edit.

Thoughts ?

Thanks -

C.

RE: Any way to unstack stacked fractions ?

You can return the text to its default position with DIMEdit Home and pick the dimension(s)
If DimLUnit is set to 4 or 5 then DIMFrac changes from stacked to not stacked

RE: Any way to unstack stacked fractions ?

When editing the text, if you highlight *just* the stacked portion, you should be able to right click on it and have the "Unstack" option. It may be different in earlier versions of CAD, I'm on 2013.

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