I created some stitching by using dashed line type, 0.9 lineweight and it looks good in printpreview when the ortho view is full screen. (normal modelling mode)
I then use layout and the view is smaller and the lines are one solid line, no dashes, and far too thick.
In another detail view and perspective the line with 10 stitches along it had but 3, start middle and end.
The dashes have not scaled.
I alter linetype for the detail view to continual and lineweight to 0.3 and whilst no longer looking like stitching its no longer looking silly. (doing so also caused block instances to show outside of the object they were within, another post)
What is the way to have what looks good in model ortho scale in printpreview remain good at whatever zoom is used and scale is used in layout mode and then into the pdf ?
The effect doesnt seem scaleable.
I also find that a dimension line between number and arrow tip can be invisible when printed, so I give it 0.3 and looks good with print preview on, in an ortho normal model window, I create a pdf and the line is same width as arrow yet didnt look like that in Ortho with print preview on. So what is the point of printpreview when the surprises come when printed.