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    Default How to get scale factor for the current annotative scale?

    I am starting to use annotative text styles and some of my lisp files extract the text height to place text, so I need to extract the scale factor for the current annotative text style.

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    Default Re: How to get scale factor for the current annotative scale?

    Quote Originally Posted by boesiii
    I am starting to use annotative text styles and some of my lisp files extract the text height to place text, so I need to extract the scale factor for the current annotative text style.
    CANNOSCALE - Sets the name of the current annotation scale for the current space. You can only enter a named scale that exists in the drawing’s named scale list.

    CANNOSCALEVALUE - Returns the value of the current annotation scale. Which sounds like what you need.
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