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    I could stop if I wanted to Paul Monsef's Avatar
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    Default Really Really Annoying Stair feature - UP/DN label

    Create a stair in say a 1/4" scale view... Then do a 1/2" Callout of that stair...

    If I move the UP or DN TEXT, it moves in BOTH views. I thought i was going crazy.

    Can someone please confirm this.
    Last edited by Paul Monsef; 2005-05-06 at 06:29 PM. Reason: opps, UP and DN text label, not the arrow. :)
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    Default Re: Really Really Annoying Stair feature - UP/DN label

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Monsef
    Create a stair in say a 1/4" scale view... Then do a 1/2" Callout of that stair...

    If I move the UP or DN TEXT, it moves in BOTH views. I thought i was going crazy.

    Can someone please confirm this.
    Sorry Paul it's been this way forever...you aren't crazy. Or at least this issue doesn't confirm you as crazy, can't say about other things...eh?

    I call this the stair UP/DN dance...fun to watch, not fun to experience first hand.

    Might want to VOTE HERE
    Last edited by Steve_Stafford; 2005-05-06 at 06:35 PM.

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