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gzhong (Mechanical) (OP)
5 May 03 10:01
Does anyone know how to delete a jog in ordinate dimension?
natester (Automotive)
5 May 03 10:24
Go to the top menu INSERT then select JOG.  Pick the dimension text of the dimension that you want to jog then select on the leader line and move it to where you want.  If you wnat to move the jog after the command just double click on one of the jog points and move it to where you want.
gzhong (Mechanical) (OP)
5 May 03 11:03
Natester, thanks for your respones. For Ordinating dimension, the difficulty is not to create a jog but to delete a jog you have already created. For regular dimension, you can use default witness line to get rid of a jog, but for ordinating dimension, the "default witness line" option is not available. I don't know this is a bug or just a configuration problem.
ttx (Mechanical)
5 May 03 13:52
Hi,
Try this;
Move the dim leader (with jog) back into the horizontal or vertical position using the center "grip" - it should snap into place.
Now, when you re-highlight that dimension for modification, it should not show any jog points.

Hope this helps,

JW
gzhong (Mechanical) (OP)
5 May 03 16:08
Thanks, JW, that works.

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