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    Default event reactor for ltscale

    Hello,

    Is there a way to change LTSCALE automatically as you go from MS to PS and vice versa? An event reactor might work for this. Does anyone know where I can get a code similar to this that I can customize for my needs? Thanks!!

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    Default Re: event reactor for ltscale

    Try searching the forums. This thread was on the list of similar threads at the bottom of the page and I remember at least one other along the same lines.

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    Default Re: event reactor for ltscale

    Check out this thread. It contains a routine I wrote that will store the LTSCALE, DIMSCALE, TEXTSTYLE, & CLAYER for each layout. Then retrieve that info when you switch to that layout.

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