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    Annotation symbols origin

    Hi All!

    I have a question about annotation symbols. How can you define origin point (location of move symbol) of annotation symbol?!

    In pictures you can see what I am trying to achieve, to connect leader to the edge of the line. In one family everything is OK but in other it isn't working. In family where is everything OK move symbol is quite dislocated from the family and I don't know how I achieved that?! J

    Any suggestions or help on this topic is more then welcome.


    Best regards, Branimir.
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    I think the leader always comes from the middle of the family extents. So maybe if you add some invisible lines inside the family you can define the extents, so moving the symbol inside the invisible border will not change the midpoint.

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