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How do I change the arrow leader from a straight to one with a leader. (photos attached)?

images of arrows. I can create iso and ansi template drawings and they are the two arrows below. how do I change the arrow in a created drawing?

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  • PeteYodisPeteYodis Posts: 168
    Accepted Answer
    @DMSengineer We do not yet have controls within Onshape in drawings properties for these entities.  We will round out more properties and behaviors of drawings at a later date.  What you are seeing is the default standards based behavior (ISO vs ANSI).  You can currently download the DWT file that is used to create your drawings and tweak the variables in the DWT file if you have a local DWG editor.  I don't know the names off hand.  Once tweaked, you can re-upload that DWT file back to Onshape and use it as your drawing template.  

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  • PeteYodisPeteYodis Posts: 168
    Accepted Answer
    @DMSengineer We do not yet have controls within Onshape in drawings properties for these entities.  We will round out more properties and behaviors of drawings at a later date.  What you are seeing is the default standards based behavior (ISO vs ANSI).  You can currently download the DWT file that is used to create your drawings and tweak the variables in the DWT file if you have a local DWG editor.  I don't know the names off hand.  Once tweaked, you can re-upload that DWT file back to Onshape and use it as your drawing template.  
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