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Sketch lines linewidth - how to make Inventor lines thicker for a 4K display?

A - answer How to set Inventor to display thicker sketch lines for more distinct display on a hi-res monitor (e.g. 4K)?

Linewidth (thickness) of sketch lines is controlled by settings of a specific color scheme. Launch the Color scheme editor (since version 2019: Application options > Colors > Customize schemes, in older versions see Tip 10596) and in your preferred color scheme change the value Design > Sketch > Thick 3D line from the default value 2 e.g. to 3 or 4. Similarly you can change the value Thin 3D line.

The sketch display will then change from the default:

to a thicker appearance:

In older Inventor versions you can also use the Registry settings in the key:


e.g. to:

3DThickLine = 4
3DThinLine = 2
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See also:
Tip 12326:How to customize your Fusion 360 background color? (any color theme)
Tip 12242:How to increase contrast between a constrained and underconstrained curve in an Inventor sketch?
Tip 10596:Changing colors of the Inventor color schemes (UI).
Tip 9387:How to change cursor color in the Inventor text editing window?
Tip 3623:How to modify color schemes offered in Inventor?

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