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Direct Link To This Post Topic: new lines color
    Posted: 13.Nov.2009 at 12:41

Hi,

 

When I draw a new line it is drawn red instead of whatever the layer color is. In previous releases I used to have a field in the window to control it, but now, AutoCAD 2007, I don't find it and I didn't understand how to customize the toolbar views.

 

How do I draw new lines by layer color?

 

Thanks

 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13.Nov.2009 at 16:03
Hi,
 
Type "Color", Pick "By Layer"
 
Maybe this will do it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13.Nov.2009 at 16:42

THANKS!

THAT DID THE JOB.....

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