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Radius "snapping problem" (video)..

Radius "snapping problem" (video)..

Radius "snapping problem" (video)..

(OP)
Hi there

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOH5Blpic2I

Upon placing a radius dimension on an arc, it automatically generates an extended line for that radius that extends far beyond the actual arc.
I can move the dimension around freely, but I want to remove that extended line.
When I turn off that extended line, the dimension refuses to be put on the arc itself! See the videolink. I'm fairly new to AutoCAD. What am I doing wrong? This is AutoCAD LT 2012.
Cheers!

-Nougatti

I am Norwegian.
I design mechanicals for hydroelectric powerplants.
I use NX 8.0.3.4
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Tom you can't knit at these speeds! Nobody can! DON'T BE A GODDAMNED HERO TOM!

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