Yes, I did copy and paste into the file all three sizes. I reduced the lengths on the 3" and 9" and rubber stamped them where I wanted to place them, looked great. But the next time I opened the file , they just turned into straight lines.
Don't know what caused that.
I'll try the above ,
Yes, File|Extract From... seems to be the way my TurboCAD ver. 11.2 wants to go.
Attached is a new .tcw file (EDIT*- 8/13/10; 9:29pst- Be sure to "Save" the file, then Save As YOUR VERSION #, and not just "Open" from your browser)
with 3 additional Batt Insulation Line Styles. There is R-13 (3.5"), R-19 (5.48"), and R-30 (9.45"). You can File|Extract From... this file into your file. Remember to keep your Pen Properties set to "World" scaling, and you should be happy with using "1" in your dash scales.
*EDIT* 8/13/10; 1:00p.m.PST-
I have a better way of inserting the Batt Insulation Line Styles into a new drawing.
1- Open the BattInsulationLine-2 file (your TC version)
2- Open your new drawing with your template, or however you like to do it.
3- While the Active Window is your new drawing, go to TC Explorer Palette
4- In TC Explorer Palette, navigate to the BattInsulationLine-2 Line Styles
5- Click and Drag the Line Style that you want from the TC Explorer into your New Drawing drawing pane.
It's actually just like the Help instructions say.
Also, there are the old "Batt Insulation Scalable" Line Style is in there as well as a "kooky" "electrical wiring" line I was playing with; I couldn't figure out how to delete them.
In addition, addressing another one of your topics on the Forum- in the .tcw file attached there is a new Brush Style I created that resembles the unscalable WH_DIAGCROSS. It's named ALVINS_DIAGCROSS. I created it in the Brush Styles table starting with the L45 Brush Style.
I hope you find these useful- I know I will. In trying to help you with these two issues, I have learned some myself in the past few days.