Well, sortof yes and no...
For paper space:
If the text style used by your dimstyle has a height of zero and your
dimscale is set to zero then dimensions in a floating viewport are sized
initially to the viewport scale. If you zoom in or out it does not change;
however, if you use the UPD option of the DIM command they are resized to
the new viewport scale factor. Entering ALL when prompted for a selection
set makes it pretty easy unless you use more than one dimension style. DIM
UPD ALL will change all of your dimensions to the current style.
For model space:
Dimscale alone controls but cannot change an already placed dimension's text
height and unless the above style requirements are met it cannot change them
at all. As with paper space, DIM UPD applies the new dimscale to the
already placed dimensions.
Henry C. Francis
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