smaller dimension sizes Rhino, help Pl.

Discussion in 'Software' started by lazeyjack, Aug 7, 2007.

  1. lazeyjack

    lazeyjack Guest

    in Rhino, the default font size for measurements, is huge, also the arrows are huge, tools does not appear to have a way of making these figures small? any help would surely be appreciated
  2. raw
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    raw Senior Member

    go to tools/options/dimensions. its there.
  3. lazeyjack

    lazeyjack Guest

    nothing is easy in Rhino, thanks,
  4. sailaweigh
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    sailaweigh Junior Member

    Actually, most everything is easy in Rhino if you just take the time to read some simple directions...
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  5. Steve Baer
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    Steve Baer Rhino Developer

    Hi lazyjack,
    We are always open to suggestions for changing Rhino's user interface to make for a more useful program. Was there some control that you expected Rhino to have for changing the dimension styles? If so, how would you change Rhino to work better for you?


  6. lazeyjack

    lazeyjack Guest

    Thank you Steve,
    it takes ages looking and searching, for instance, when setting planes, you can set the plane in all views over the layer, but say you are looking at the bodyplan or right view , your object may still snap elsewhere, you actually have to right click in the view and change another cplane option there, nowhere does it explain as far as I can tell, how to do this, it took me(and I am a very new user) and very new to all CAD 3 hrs to figure this, and I had help of an experienced(not rhino) CAD man
    but I am after weeks starting enjoy it, and despite the critism or the above person, do read and read and read:))
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