I use Rhino for my drafting, and for the most part it has been great. However, now that I have to work with others, I am realizing that I have an issue when I export my annotated drawing to autocad. The lines all work fine, but the text is not. It acts as though there is a text box that is too small, and so a single line of text becomes two. This becomes a big problem when I have multiple lines of text (specifying different elements of a structural detail, for example). Not only does it split the single line into two, but it then makes them separate objects. For my own work, I have been exporting the first to a dwg, opening it in illustrator, then exporting an illustrator file and copying all of the text objects and replacing them into the original file. This can sometimes be tedious. The Illustrator export likes to take multiple lines of text and make them one line, but that is much easier to deal with than the dwg export.
Has anyone found a workaround to dealing with text? Is there something I’m missing?
I am using Rhino version 5.3.2 on MacOS 10.13.2