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How to set weld symbol size in AutoCAD Mechanical?

A - answer You can use the drawing variable gef@symbol@weldsize to set weld symbol size in AutoCAD Mechanical.

In your script or macro, use the function - e.g.:

(amgsetdwgsetting "gef@symbol@weldsize" 0.8)
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29.9.2009    4720×  
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applies to: AutoCAD Mechanical ·

See also:
Tip 4820:How to get/set AutoCAD Mechanical scale in a program or script?

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