View Full Version : Text comes in at wrong angle from routine accessed via company menu
2006-08-21, 07:52 PM
Was wondering if someone could figure this out. There is a button on this companies menu that work like this. Hit the button and this will insert a thermostat symbol (circle), next it ask to type in text for symbol (T), then it ask to pick the center of the circle and the text which is just a standard text pops in. The problem is the text comes in at a 4.5 degree angle which is wrong, should come in at 0 degree's. If you use dtext or mtext the text works fine. It only happens in one dwg. I didn't know if there were some variables I check or something. Thanks for your help if you respond to this. I don't have access to there menu, I would use something much easier.
One thought: is the UCS rotated?
if that's not it, could you post the macro so we can see if it's something in there?
2006-08-21, 08:25 PM
The ucs is not rotated. This is a lisp routine in the companies menu that i can not access. the only way they could fix it was to set up another dwg. I saved this one so i could try to fine out the problem.
2006-08-21, 08:27 PM
its like something had corrupted the drawing.
2006-08-21, 10:19 PM
One thought: is the UCS rotated?Hi
SnapAng is set a value greater than 0 ( Zero ).
Have a good one, Mike
2006-08-21, 10:24 PM
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2006-08-22, 12:58 PM
Here's a thought: What about the text style?? Maybe the oblique angle is off. Don't they have an IT or CAD person to ask??
2006-08-22, 01:11 PM
I let the cad manager know. He's a little busy right now. None of the above solutions were the problem.
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