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Switching Betwen Full-Screen and Normal Crosshairs when Drawing Takeoff - OST DPC

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Crosshairs indicate the cursor position on the Image Window while performing takeoff. The option to switch between the two crosshair modes is under Tools > Options. Check or uncheck "Use full-window crosshairs for mouse takeoff".

Using Full Crosshairs can make it easier to follow the cursor on the Image Window.

Example of normal crosshairs...

Example of Full Window crosshairs...

When using a digitizer, full crosshairs are automatically enabled.

If you're using On-Screen Takeoff 3.96 or newer, you can also set the color and thickness of full-sized crosshairs.



Product documentation (user guides) describes functionality in the latest version of each major release and may not match the functionality in the version you are using. Please check the Product Information and Downloads pages by clicking one of the product buttons above.

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