Controls when a leader line is placed or not based on the label's distance from the labeled object.
If the label is within the specified distance from the outer boundary of the object, then the leader line is suppressed. If the label is outside of the specified distance, then the leader line is displayed. For example, if the Tolerance Zone value is set to 10 mm, the label must be at least 10 mm away (in paper units) from the labeled object before a leader appears.
For labels placed manually using the Place a Label command, type in a distance value in the Tolerance Zone box on the ribbon.
Specify the distance in the text box.
The leader module Only Outside of Object (DwgLeaderInOutsideControl) uses the Tolerance Zone property.
The software interprets the Tolerance Zone distance that you specify as paper space units and not model space units.
You can use either metric or imperial units for this measurement.
You must specify a positive decimal paper value for this distance.
To manually edit the .xml file, enclose the Tolerance Zone value (in meters only, imperial units are not supported in XML) within the following XML tags.