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I'm new to CAD in general (I used AutoCAD 25 years ago, though still remember parts of it).
I'm having issues with dashed lines, Linetype Scale and those plotting out in a predictable, consistent way.
What I'm finding is that even when I have everything on the same layer etc, lines will plot with bigger dashed lines and spaces than arcs and circles.
So for example, if I have circles and arcs and lines all on the same layer, the same linetype (called Hidden, and set to by layer), the same linetype scale, the dashes in the lines are much larger, while the dashes in the arcs and circles are a lot lot smaller.
Why would that be ?
(attached is the PDF output - I'll attach what things look like in both Model and Layout 'paper space')
Once that's fixed, and I can have 'anything' showing as having the same sized dashes, how do I then control those dash sizes in plots (ie how can I make them bigger / smaller in my plots) ?
And is it at all possible so that everything looks identical in each view (i.e. looks the same in Model, Layout and PDF) ?
Can someone please help ?