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Decimal place tolerance for toggle accudraw

Decimal place tolerance for toggle accudraw

Decimal place tolerance for toggle accudraw

(OP)
I've recently gotten a new version of microstation and I seem to have misplaced the most basic things, the question is how can I change the decimal point tolerance of the toggle accudraw, from 0.0 to 0 -  I remember it being under the workspace drop down, but none of the pop up windows in preference, configuration and customize look at all familiar and I can't seem to figure out where to find it  - HELP is being NO HELP! Thanks a lot in advance!

RE: Decimal place tolerance for toggle accudraw

lexpamb,
Go to the Accudraw Icon and Right Click on the Icon. Click on properties, Click on the coordinates tab and you will be able to set your tolerance there.
Regards,
Namdac

RE: Decimal place tolerance for toggle accudraw

(OP)
I went there and I tried all variations of entering the new decimal places, then ticking and in reverse too but it doesn't seem to change anything. Do you think that's just a default or am I doing something wrong?

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