JTB World
USD 10.00
Qty Purchased: 0 Maximum 200 copies

Unit Price: USD 10.00
Qty to Purchase
Sub total: USD 10.00

Two advance JTB_Align_Any and JTB_Align_Objects commands will copy and align your text, block or selection of objects at picked point of selected line or curve. Curve can be Arc, Circle, Polyline, Leader or 3D Polyline, in current space as well as nested inside Blocks or Xrefs.

Text will be aligned and placed at the same offset distance as text in current dimension style. Block will be aligned and fit tangentially to curve. You can press TAB key or type F to flip aligned object(s) to either sides; Type O to move object(s) to specified offset distance; Type R to rotate object(s); Right click on line or curve to move object(s) rather than copy; Type U to undo previous action.

More interesting, if you pick on text or block, or on empty space, Match Text Content or Match Block command will run, help you easily manage your drawing's tags and symbol blocks. (See demo preview videos)

The "plus" commands are:

1. JTB_Make_Table (MTB): Make an ACAD table and MS. Excel table from texts.

2. JTB_Align_Quick (ALQ): Quickly line up texts and block's insertion points.

3. JTB_DimScale (DSC): Change the dimension scale and linetype scale accordingly

4. JTB_DimSpace (DSP): Adjust space within linear and aligned dimension objects.

5. JTB_DimBreak (DBR): Break dimensions lines, or trim/extend dimensions extension lines.

 

Activation:
Unlicensed version will run with limited usage. Use JTB_VL_Activate command to activate the plug-in.

You can visit our web page at http://www.jtbworld.com/JTB-Align-Plus.htm for more information.

 

Trial version can be download at: Autodesk Exchange Apps

Read Help Document

Screenshots

  • commands on the rib...
  • Align texts on line...
  • Align objects with ...
  • Make table from tex...
  • Quickly lineup text...

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review

|

|

Get Technical Help
(1 review)
  • very usefull little tool
    Damian Janicki | September 10, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    works great


Go top