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Centerlines in Drafting views???

Centerlines in Drafting views???

Centerlines in Drafting views???

I'm trying to find how to control display of centerlines in drafting views and I'm totally lost. I used to know how this was done! Frustrating.... can some body point me in the right direction?



RE: Centerlines in Drafting views???

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RE: Centerlines in Drafting views???

Yes.... that seems to be where they can be created
However what I'm looking for is how to control the automatic creation of them. That isn't done there is it? I'm sure I remember it being buried in prefrences somewhere.



RE: Centerlines in Drafting views???

How do I gain access to a "saved" WCS? If I save it I can't name it........... and I can't seem to reactivate it by clicking on the green phantom wcs it leaves behind in mdel space. The old stuff I used to use allowed you to name a coordinate system so you could jump back to later. What am I missing here? I'm sure NX can do this!

TIA again! LOL! Dave

RE: Centerlines in Drafting views???

There is a "Create Centerline" checkbox in the "Add View" dialogue box.

RE: Centerlines in Drafting views???

Excellent!!.... Thankyou!.....  I knew it was somewhere right in front of me!


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