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    Default Re: Length of a segmented line

    Quote Originally Posted by damon.sidel View Post
    Alfredo, I may very well misunderstand the line-based family. Does the line-based family allow you to place a tag in your plan that shows the total travel distance? If so, then I will agree that the line-based family method is better. If not, then it's just as deficient as my adaptive component, just in a different way.

    Would you be willing to share a few screen shots of how you use the line based family?

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    Default Re: Length of a segmented line

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Stafford View Post
    One weakness is that we can't nested generic annotations so no dot or arrow that will maintain the annotation size...
    Agreed. I tried creating a dot and arrow geometry, but didn't spend enough time to get it working. It wouldn't be an annotation, so wouldn't respond to scale, but it would be OK for now.

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