You seem too think I am not appreciative of your comments. Quite the contrary. I had no idea you could type in the line weight until Anssi pointed it out. All I saw was the 8 options, and believed that was it. I had no idea that a PNG had more data than a jpg till it was pointed out to me. When I tried to insert the .dxf file and it gave an error message, I was asking because I had no idea what it meant or how to fix it. I was sincere in my request. I am not the most computer literate person, and I am here to learn stuff I can’t find in videos.
In this video:Drawing Shapes - Let's Talk LayOut - YouTube he said that doing scaled drawings was later than 2018, so I took him at his word. I believe he works for Trimble, but I could be wrong. Anyway, you provided a link that was from 2018, but the Trimble website options were of a later version than mine, and so I commented as I did. Sorry I came across as a know it all.
If I knew everything about SU or LO I wouldn’t be asking questions, but the reality is, that I use the program only several times a year, and haven’t used it day in and day out to learn all of what it does. I am a general contractor, not a draftsman, architect or other construction project designer, however, on occasion, I find myself having to draw plans for a project such as this one.
Thus I come here because Trimble doesn’t provide the service themselves, unless I get a subscription. So, they have this forum instead, and truthfully, I appreciate the answers you and others provide. They tend to be more on point than watching videos and hoping my question is answered.
That I prefer drawing in SU compared to LO is only my opinion, perhaps not shared by others. That said, now my project seems more workable with the line weight issue solved, so I will draw it up and save it as a template - I have the detail sheets, the green sheets etc. still to make.
Yes, I could have simply used the templates LO has, but I wanted a consistent look in the plan set. The title 24 calcs are being done by an engineer who will use his format, so I am fine with that.
I hope you understand, I do appreciate the time you and the others put into responding to my questions.