Dwg format is native autocad. The dimension and text styles you create in the style manager are written in the DWG file. Autocad will recognize these. Turboâ€™s Property vale presets are native to Turbocad, Auto cad will not see these. Somehow your Property value presets or dimension styles got corrupt, I didnâ€™t investigate it.Try making new ones. You might want to send that file to support.
When Iâ€™m working, most of the time I use either PVPâ€™s or styles I rarely mix the two due to the in consistent updating of data between the two. Sometimes you got to kick it in the arse to get it to update.In my testing though what does work and stick is you need to start with the values in the PVPâ€™s matching the values in the style you are using and only make your changes from the style manager or create new PVPâ€™s and a style. It can be confusing at times, so many options are available, just wait until you get the platinum version!
Real good. Thanks for the feedback Dean.
In my efforts to isolate the issue, I did find that doing nothing more than Deleting the Dimension Style "M.S. Construction Dimension" (after first changing the PPV "Construction Dims.- M.S." to the "Standard" Style) alleviates the issue.
I will try editing my Template, deleting and creating a new "Construction Dimension" Style, starting with the "Standard" Style.
For the longest time, I was overwhelmed and hesitant to use "Styles". Still am. So much to set... and the Style Manager behaves kind of weird (kinda flickery
) when I'm editing the settings. I know I should use "Styles" more, over Property Values Presets, but for those two reasons, I oftentimes elect not to do so. Plus, I can quickly select a PVP in the Property Toolbar, but not so quickly select a Style.