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Annotative Scaling problem

Annotative Scaling problem

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Hello everyone,

New to this forum and for DraftSight as well. Trying to use Annotative scaling in DraftSight. I selected texts in the model space, made it annotative and added all the scales under "Annotative Entity List" so that I will get same text height on paper space for the whatever scale I select. After doing this, when I select annotative texts in the model space it shows all the text heights for all the scales that I have added. It looks like garbage and can't see anything. When I googled for the help i found one youtube video but for the Autocad which uses the command "SELECTIONANNODISPLAY=0". Is anything similar in DraftSight to get rid of this problem?

Struggling to find answer for this since last week. Your help is highly appreciated.Thanking you in advance.

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