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NX1953 - Drafting - how to change hole callout display from vertical fraction to horizontal fraction

NX1953 - Drafting - how to change hole callout display from vertical fraction to horizontal fraction

NX1953 - Drafting - how to change hole callout display from vertical fraction to horizontal fraction

(OP)
Hello, we have have migrated to the new NX 1953 and we have noticed that in draftings, when we use the hole callout for imperial threaded holes, the fraction for the thread is vertical wich makes it a lot smaller and harder to see when printing the drafting sheet. Does anybody know hoe to switch the display to a horizontal fraction like: 1/2? I have gone in the drafting preferences but have not found anything. Answers from previous versions may work if you have ideas.

Thank you!

RE: NX1953 - Drafting - how to change hole callout display from vertical fraction to horizontal fraction

We had this same issue. I do not think you can do this, as of 1899 series. I had this discussion someplace I can't remember. so it may need to be a ER with Siemens. Following hoping I am wrong, and someone has a fix.

RE: NX1953 - Drafting - how to change hole callout display from vertical fraction to horizontal fraction

RMC on dimension -> Settings -> Text -> Units
The bottom choice for fractions is the best you can do.

Jerry J.
UGV5-NX1961

RE: NX1953 - Drafting - how to change hole callout display from vertical fraction to horizontal fraction

(OP)
jerry1423,

That would change my dimensions to fractions but I would like to keep my dimensions in decimal, it is only the thread callout that stays in fraction that I would like to switch

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