I suppose this is kinda a paper cut, but it’s an extremely irritating one. When opening files made in Rhino 5, with 6 the annotation styles are always changed to stacked fractions. This frequently makes dimensioned drawings unreadable and requires a bunch of clicks to turn off stacking on several annotation styles. Is there any way to make this not happen? It seems like the default should be non stacked fractions as it’s been in previous releases.
Those setting are initially set through the template file you’re using.
You can make the modifications you want to a new file then save it as a template, then when you start a new model, use it and get your desired initial settings like using stacked fractions or not.
I have updated my template file so that everything is set to no stacked fractions and it’s been working great for new files. But existing files from 5 are still a problem, if I understand correctly the template file has no effect on existing files.
Yeah… I don’t know what is possible here, I’ll put it on the pile for the developer to look at, it might be simple enough to tune up, I just don’t know, that stuff is pretty complicated now.
@CountryGolden - here’s a quick Python that may save some pain for now
import Rhino import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs import scriptcontext as sc def UnStackFractions(): noStack = Rhino.DocObjects.DimensionStyle.StackDisplayFormat.None styles = sc.doc.DimStyles for style in styles: id = style.Id style.StackFractionFormat = noStack styles.Modify(style, id, True) sc.doc.Views.Redraw() if __name__ == "__main__": UnStackFractions()
I’ll attach it as a py file as well. If it does the right thing, you can point an alias (Options > Aliases) to the script like so’
! _-RunPythonScript "Full path to py file inside double quotes"
UnStackFractions.py (440 Bytes)
Thanks pascal, getting it down to one click will make things way easier! I’m sure as time passes and projects get finished it will become less and less of an issue on my end.