About-Customizing-Arrowheads

About Customizing Arrowheads

About Customizing Arrowheads

You can create your own custom arrowheads.

Arrowheads are stored as block definitions. To use your own arrowhead, provide the
name of a block definition.

NOTE:Annotative blocks cannot be used as custom arrowheads for dimensions or leaders.

Arrowhead sizing relies on the overall dimension scale factor. When you create a
dimension, the block is inserted where the arrowheads would normally go. The object’s
X and Y scale factors are set to arrowhead size overall scale. The dimension line is trimmed by text gap x overall scale units at each end. To trim the dimension line, the rightmost block is inserted with
a zero rotation angle for horizontal dimensioning. The leftmost block is rotated 180
degrees about its insertion point.

NOTE:The insertion point a block is defined with affects its placement as a custom arrowhead
on a dimension or leader.

If you use paper-space scaling, the scale factor is computed before applying it to
the arrowhead size value.

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