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    Default multileader grip stretch is "scaling" the stretch

    I'm using multileaders as tags. When I stretch via grip on a 1- or 2-leader, the grip is locked to my cursor. When I use a 3+leader, the leader arrows stay where they're supposed to, but the tag moves at 2X scale of where my cursor moves. Wow, that was difficult to describe. Hope that made sense. here are two screenshots. Normal behavior on top.




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    Default Re: multileader grip stretch is "scaling" the stretch

    not exactly solved, but and explanation:
    https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autoc...553031#M907691
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