I'd like to use a parametric note of a Hole feature (&NOTE_1:FID_xxx)
inside a manual dimension using overwrite option (@o ...).
The purpose is to have a typical hole annotation (diameter and pitch) inside the dimension and not as separate annotation).
In the pic I'd like to see "M16X1.5" as a dimension.
Overriding dimensions is never a good idea!
What is wrong with the standard hole note?
You do not need to use the 2 diameter dimensions when calling out the hole.
I'm really agree the overwrite dimension is a bad idea !
The point is the std annotation (M16x1.5) is a note with an arrow we should address to the diameter value Ø16, but we don't use this kind of note.
We normally use the text (M16x1.5) in the dimension lines.
I can write a note using the parameter of this hole annotation (&NOTE_xxx:FID_xxx) but not inside the dim .