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change the text size of the dimensions

change the text size of the dimensions

change the text size of the dimensions

(OP)
Hi.
I'm using UG NX11. I want to know how can i change the text size of dimensions in the sketches.
Exactly i want to make a screenshot of the sketch for my paper. But the text in the dimensions will get much smaller while Zooms in. How can i make the text size bigger and unchanged so that i can make a better screenshot.bigsmile

Thanks,
zz

RE: change the text size of the dimensions

I don't remember where but there
Is a relative text setting.

RE: change the text size of the dimensions

(OP)
Thanks,

I have googled and tried to find some effective solutions(just like in the picture above). But didn't work.

RE: change the text size of the dimensions

Hi,
Use fixed text height on screen and set the value of text height which will suit your requirement.

Regards,
Ravi

RE: change the text size of the dimensions

(OP)
Thanks Ravi. Problem solved.

Regards,
Zhen

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