The Text command creates two-dimensional rich text. Rich text can be formatted on a word-by-word or letter-by-letter basis similar to a word processor.
The used annotation style.
List the annotation styles available in the model. If an annotation has any settings in its properties different from its style, a menu behind the style name appears.
Resets all the changed settings to the style defaults.
Applies the changed settings to the annotation style.
Use the settings in the properties to create a new style.
Click to open the Annotations page for the style of the selected leader.
The text height.
Surrounds text with an opaque color.
Turn off mask.
Sets the mask color to the viewport background color.
Select the mask color using the Select Color dialog box.
When Mask is set to Solid Color, click to change the color.
The width of the blank area around the text.
The display size is a product of the component's size (like arrow size or text height) and the Model space scale value.
Normally this is the inverse of the print scale. The text height, extension line extension, extension line offset distance, and arrow length are multiplied by this number.
The text appearance.
Tip: Click to open the drop-down list, and type the initial letter of a font to find the font quickly.
Sets the horizontal text alignment to the left.
Sets the horizontal text alignment to the center.
Sets the horizontal text alignment to the right.
Sets the vertical text alignment to the top.
Sets the vertical text alignment to the middle.
Sets the vertical text alignment to the bottom.
Sets the font style to bold.
Sets the font style to italic.
Sets the font style to underlined.
Text fields are formulas that are evaluated while Rhino is running and the result is displayed in the text. All text fields are in the syntax of %<field and options>%. When a formula cannot be evaluated an error string of #### is displayed.
The toggle stacking brackets button is a shortcut to add or remove [[...]] around text selected in the edit box. Stacking brackets will make the text between them stack, so that [[1/2]] will display as a stacked fraction.
Enters a degree symbol (°) into the text.
Enters a radius symbol (R) into the text.
Enters a diameter symbol (Ø) into the text.
Enters a plus/minus symbol (±) into the text.
The text displays in the leader.
Text is always flat to the screen. Uncheck if you need to orient text in viewports.
Select an annotation to apply its properties to the current text.
Use drafting tools
Use text and dimensions for annotation
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