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Andy Broomell

Zoom Line Thickness Broken? - Section Viewports

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Zoom line thickness seems to not be working for Section Viewports. I zoom in and none of the lineweights appear to match those of objects in my Annotations, but they are set to the same values, and they export to PDF properly. There is no lineweight scaling on the viewport.

 

It's making it quite difficult to do my job. Restarting does not solve. Happens in every file. Urgh...

 

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Hi Andy

 

I have just tried this in a section viewport and Line thickness Zooming is working well....

 

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Yes, Im in 2020 witht he latest SP - I really should update my profile......

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Hmm, I wonder what it could be then... I even tried creating a section viewport in a "blank" Vectorworks document to make sure it's not related to my template. But the same happens: when I zoom in close to any objects in the viewport, the lineweight doesn't get larger past a certain point.

 

It DOES display correctly when zoomed out. It's simply the "Zoom Line Thickness" setting that doesn't seem to work.

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Discovered the source of the issue thanks to this thread:

 

 

I had mine set to "Good Performance and Compatibility" - switching back to "Best Performance" brought back my lineweights. Hopefully this doesn't also bring back whatever issue caused me to switch to that setting in the first place.

 

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Posted (edited)

It appears this issue is not resolved with SP3.  VWIS179

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