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« Reply #15 on: August 10, 2017, 18:16:48 pm »

Bob,

Thanks!  I did finally figure out the correct solution.  It's in the 'configuration' tab, not the 'styles' tab.

There's a default template file setting there, which asserts the template's settings regardless of whether you do a 'new', or load any geometry file.

I'd just never used the feature before, and it took me a time to find the correct settings.

Andy - again - did his 'homework' on this one!

Lloyd
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« Reply #16 on: August 10, 2017, 19:19:26 pm »

Bob,

Thanks!  I did finally figure out the correct solution.  It's in the 'configuration' tab, not the 'styles' tab.

There's a default template file setting there, which asserts the template's settings regardless of whether you do a 'new', or load any geometry file.

I'd just never used the feature before, and it took me a time to find the correct settings.

Andy - again - did his 'homework' on this one!

Lloyd

Sorry Lloyd.  I know I didn't answer the question you asked.  I was just responding to your comment that you don't use styles because you do almost all custom one off jobs. 

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« Reply #17 on: August 10, 2017, 23:36:54 pm »

I do a lot of sheet goods in al and mostly just whip up CB file and go at it.
Now that I realise what styles can do, I've set up a dozen or so, which have stopped me making mistakes like
for instance forgetting to change the fast plunge height when coping a drilling mop (from 300 mm\m for a small drill to
15 mm\minute for a large one), which gets a little exciting in a bad way.

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