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    Default Listening Dimensions

    Is there a way to get the listening Dimensions to display with a larger font? I keep finding my self zooming it to see them, but they keep getting smaller. I don't want that to happen. The appear small on the screen (especially when find the 83/256" fractions) IMHO.
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    Default Re: Listening Dimensions

    Hey David, There is still no way to adjust the font, size or color of the temporary and/or tape measure dimensions. This has been a long standing request in the Revit Building Wishlist forum.

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    Default Re: Listening Dimensions

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Andersen
    Hey David, There is still no way to adjust the font, size or color of the temporary and/or tape measure dimensions. This has been a long standing request in the Revit Building Wishlist forum.
    Although Tape Measure dimensions are listed in the Options Bar at the top of the Drawing Window, which make it easy to read.
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