We're both similar. His "Space Units" Format is Decimal, whereas mine is set to Architectural (reads as feet & fractional inches).
Okay. Thanks John.
I've drawn a lot of stuff for a lot of years... don't know how I've missed this fundamental [Grid/Advanced Grid] knowledge.
And now I know....
(I'm using the Grid to Lay out Wall studs, shear-panel plywood, etc. Though I have often said I don't use the Grid, I am finding it handy for this application.)
Below is what I'm working on [version-19.2/Deluxe]. It's a little garage that I'm going to build-- 2D only.
I'm in the process of completing the drawings; have Elevations and Sectionals and Paperspace Layouts to go.
Users can see how I am using the Grid (in USA, studs typically/often at 16"o.c.).
I use Layer Sets
, so fellow-TurboCADers will have to toggle through them for the drawing to make any sense.
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(mostly Residential Architectural 2D; no formal CAD Training; intermittent TurboCAD user since yr. 2000 [ver6.5])
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