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    Good evening,
    Would anyone happen to know how to get rid of all of these y's and z's on my report


    Brown & Sharpe "One"
    V. 4.0

    All I wanted was a PEPSI !

  • #2
    I'm not entirely familiar with 4.1 yet, but, it looks like you asked it to report point data somewhere.

    Take a look in your edit window just below the text that correlates with the first dimension box shown in your screen shot. There should be a noticeably different group of text which would basically show all of these same values. Just simply delete it. Those can show up in your code when you double click on a feature id in the graphics display. Like I said, I'm not entirely familiar with 4.1 yet, but, that could be a starting point for you.


    • #3
      I believe that if you F9 the dimensioned item you will see an area for textual analysis. Toggle it to "no" or "off". And you should be good.

      James Mannes


      • #4
        It works...

        Open the report window and repaint. Hover the mouse over the desired label (the gray area where it says "FEATURE" etc etc.) that you want to change and right click. A pop-up will show. Click Edit. It allows you to customize the label. Do NOT forget to click the "All similar labels in this section" , towards the bottom of the edit window. If you do not click that one, it will only change this one label.

        Nasty Problem; BUG!!!!: a bug has been reported in the fact that when you change the settings, these do NOT get saved! So every time you start the report window again, you have to redo this. Very very very annoying. Hope Hexagon will fix this soon!

        I just tried it and it works.

        If you get the wrong pop-up, move closer to the top of the label. It never failed for me when I right clicked in the label header.

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