Why won’t my dashed lines show up in AutoCAD?
Setting your Model Space LTSCALE to “1” has solved your ability to see the lines there. By setting your Paper Space Linetype Scale (PSLTSCALE) to “0” you turn it off and thus the lines in PSPACE should show the same as you see them in MSPACE.
How do you get a dashed line to show up in Paperspace?
Double-click inside it and zoom in to your example. Then double-click outside the viewport to return to paperspace. Click on the viewport to highlight it, and change its scale to 1/4″ = 1′-0″. You should see the dashed line in the sample, similar to how it shows in modelspace.
What is Msltscale?
MSLTSCALE = 1. To change a variable’s value, simply type it in at the command line and enter a new value when prompted. These values are saved in the drawing, so it’s worth getting them right in your template file.
How do you regenerate in AutoCAD?
How do I regenerate a model in AutoCAD?
- Click View tab Appearance panel Regenerate drop-down Regenerate Model .
- Select one or more objects to regenerate, or press Enter to regenerate the entire drawing.
Why is my Linetype not showing?
If a linetype contains text characters and those do not display at the correct size in a drawing, most likely the text style that the linetype uses has a defined height applied to it. Enter the STYLE command. Select the text style. Change the height to 0 (zero).
How do I change the look of lines in AutoCAD?
Right-click in the drawing area, and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. In the Properties Inspector, click Linetype, and then the down arrow. From the drop-down list, choose the linetype that you want to assign to the objects. Press Esc to remove the selection.