So I know that I typically blog about Civil 3D, but after assisting with an issue in Microstation this morning, I realized that I should add this keyin command to my "Don't Forget" list.
The issue was that a linestyle looked fine in one drawing, but different when referenced into another drawing. I found some good information on the Bentley site with a quick Google search. Here's a direct link to that page:
We used the keyin command window to set active linestylescale to 20 in both drawings and that fixed the display problem we were having.
So as not to disappoint the Civil 3D readers of this blog, I'll add these commands to the "Don't Forget" list as well. The descriptions are taken from the System Variables.:
LTSCALE - Sets the global linetype scale factor.
MSLTSCALE - Scales linetypes displayed on the model tab by the annotation scale.
PSLTSCALE - Controls the linetype scaling of objects displayed in paper space viewports.
I typically keep all three of these system variables set to 1.