I generally use the "font" for all annotations in my drawing files; symbols have historically followed suit. However, when upgrading to Creo 4.0, it appears that all Creo-included symbols (depth, diameter, etc.) defer to the "win-font" symbol, so appear much thicker than all other text in the annotation. I've tried modifying the "symbol_font" setting in the drawing file, but nothing seems to fix this issue. Is there something really straightforward that I'm missing?
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