I would like to set my radius arrows to lead to the radius centre point, as per ISO standards:
I have set my .dtl file to "radial_dimension_display std_iso" which matches the example in the PTC online help files here. However, my dimensions are still displaying with no leader, as per "std_asme". Any pointers, please?
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I do not have access to any listing of the ISO standard for how the dimension lines for a radius dimension should be drawn, but if you need to move the arrow's position to meet standard, try using the "flip arrows" option under the right-click menu for the dimension (or use the shortcut for this which is to right-click while you are dragging the radius dimension with the left-mouse-button held down).
On the other hand, if the issue is the text orientation, the config option to look at is default_raddim_text_orientation.
Thanks Larry. I've been using the flip arrows in the meantime to get the desired result. It's a bit of a shame that the result of the config option doesn't appear to do what it says it will, but I'm beginning not to be surprised by Creo's idiosyncrasies!