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April 08, 2009


Steve W.

Actually no it doesn't help. We already have sizes that came in from the calculations. But we don't want to see those sizes. We still need them for the listing and calculations. So we resize every armover with a new pipe size at a scale of .05. I have to agree with your customer from your March post that putting armover tags on their own layer would be helpful. Actually I would say they should be a different block and on their own layer and heck why not seperate out branchline tags with a different block on its own layer as well just for consistency.


Steve - then you have two options. Use the Scale Pipe Sizes Down command on the Piping toolbar, or use Hide Attributes (HAT) from the Hydratools->Modify-Attributes command

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