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Allow changing of font for annotations in Creo Illustrate

Allow changing of font for annotations in Creo Illustrate

When creating/editing annotations in Creo Illustrate, there is no option for defining the font to be used.  You can only specify the Font Size and Font Colour as shown:

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According to PTC Support document CS116109, the default font of Arial is the only option.  It would be much more flexible if users in Creo Illustrate could:

  1. Define a default font to use in the Creo Illustrate Options dialog box.
  2. Change the font for individual annotations.
6 Comments
swinkel
2-Guest

We would like to have as well such an option to define additional fonts for individual annotations. For Thales we have defined a standard font for technical documentations e.g. drawings, which we cannot use for Creo Illustrate annotations.

swinkel
2-Guest

We would like to have as well such an option to define additional fonts for individual annotations. For Thales we have defined a standard font for technical documentations e.g. drawings, which we cannot use for Creo Illustrate annotations.

wewa
3-Visitor

We would like to have as well such an option to define additional fonts for individual annotations. For Thales we have defined a standard font for technical documentations e.g. drawings, which we cannot use for Creo Illustrate annotations.

jvorburger
4-Participant

Hi all, i cant understand this "not existing" functionality. We loos a lot of benchmark, because this ist must for every customer. I hope, we get this function in a future release.

rheinz
6-Contributor

I just voted for this , because some documentations has by law text fonts defined - and if Creo Illustrate shall be used to create those we are in trouble.

For sure some fonts may have commercial aspects of pay a fee, but anyhow more than simply ARIAL is wanted.

THX

Robert

agarland
12-Amethyst
Status changed to: Acknowledged