In Markup Settings, you can control the appearance and configuration of the Markup tools, including component and coordinate stamps. Markups are used to annotate the model and are saved with slides or issues.
To access the settings, click File, then Settings, then Markup.
This controls the appearance of any subsequent markups that are placed. Any existing markups are unchanged by these settings.
On the Markup tab, you can set the text size, color and line thickness.
Minimum/maximum text size: Set the minimum and maximum text sizes appropriate for the typical positions from which the markups will be viewed. The zoomed position from the surface in question will determine the size of the text based on these values.
Color: Set markup text color. To change the color, click the colour box. A dialog opens. Select a color and click OK:
Line thickness: Set markup line thickness.
on the Component Stamp tab, you can configure the fields that are visible when you place a component stamp.
To add a data row:
Select a property from the drop-down list in the Property column OR click and select a property from the dialog box.
To change the property name, double-click the row in the Display Name column.
A filter can be used to intelligently place data based on the selection. If the filter remains with the * wildcard - not filtering is applied.
In the Filtering view, you can, for example, configure a filter which only looks for walls or slabs with an area greater than or equal to 10m².
If the component stamp is placed on any walls more than 10m², the field is visible.
If the component stamp is placed on any walls less than 10m², the field is not visible.