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Jul 03, 2006

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Victor Jammal

I couldn't realize any difference in the behaviour of the command "QLEADER" neither when CMDDIA is set ON nor when it is set OFF. Please can you give me an example?

Victor Jammal

After a several trial, I have discovered what is meant by "Toggles display of QLEADER’s inplace text editor".
I have done the followings:
1. I set "CMDDIA" off "0"
2. I entered the command QLEADER and pressed ENTER until I reached the request: "Enter first line of annotation text :"; I pressed the ENTER key in hope to pop up the mtext editor, but nothing happened. The command stopped.
3. I set "CMDDIA" on "1"
4. I went INTO the same process of number 2 and when I pressed ENTER the MTEXT editor appeared and I could then see what I am writing.
Hope I made myself clear.

Joao Santos

CMDDIA always used by DIMEDIT, New Text, and Express Tool LMAN. Never was unused.

hadi

hi
please send to me what's new in autocad 2007 version.
and send to my email help & learn autocad 2007./
thanks

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