For 1:1 pdf printouts where it is enough to work to the printout and users to at least be able to check the paper plan they print out , and I fear use fit to paper ! is as intended , (can I make a pdf force a default setting for them of size as is, don’t fit to paper ?)
I have in the past placed behind the object a custom made drawn in rhino inch and half inch grid two shades of grey adjusted so they are visible but subtle. I have numbered the lines 0 5 10 etc starting lower left in two directions and indicated inch grid in corner.
Problem is I have to place the grid in 3 times, top front and side views, and keep moving it about to get that 0/0 corner into the ‘shot’ of any object, a case of cloning the grid and having it as a sub layer to an object.
You sometimes end up seeing a grey line through things , the edge of one of the three grids !
This time I have many objects, so this is going to get impractical if it wasnt already !
How can I get the grid to always appear behind whatever view I am in, especially if using Layout command and its 3 or 4 viewports. Ideally with the corner starting 0/0 and the wording inch grid, though I have now repeated that every 10 inches to catch it somewhere I hope in a view.
Might it also pay to have the grid origin in the centre of the grid and numbering 0 5 10 going off in four directions, I wonder if that would confuse the natives ! The centre of the grid is placed at 0/0 world origin and made big enough to encompass all of the model ?