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kaiservan
How can one eliminate the " 0' " in a 0' - 1/16" dimension showing ?
I am working strictly in small inch measurements and find the "0 feet" indication unnecessary in my case
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dellus
It's too late for me to test, but could it be Options - Current drawing Preferences - Dimensions - Linear zeros - remove 0' ?
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kaiservan
I tried that, also tried the isotropic method without success

AK
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dellus
Just played around, found that with Linear units = Fractional all zeros are gone, but also the inches ''. Don't know if this serves you. Don't know much about the imperials system anyway.
What is the isotropic method?
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kaiservan
Hi dellus,
 
Your suggestion to use the “Fractional Format does help, I do not need the “crowfeet” (“) to know I am working in inches.
 
Thanks again, 
 
AK
 
in regards to “ Isotropic “
 
a post back in 2014, suggested the following steps:

1. open drawing
2. Edit current drawing preferences and set the precision as high as possible.
3. Edit current drawing preferences and set dimension main units to inch and length to architectural again setting the precision as high as possible.
4. Modify -> Scale
5. Select all
6. Isotropic Scale  12
7. Reset the precision to your desired amount.
 
 
 
 
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2019 11:36 AM
Subject: Re: Dimensions
 
Just played around, found that with Linear units = Fractional all zeros are gone, but also the inches ''. Don't know if this serves you. Don't know much about the imperials system anyway.
What is the isotropic method?


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