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dgrant775
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Pipe Routing and Substitution Grips Fail

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03-21-2012 12:01 PM

In model space with 3D clipping planes activated the pipe routing grips (continue routing, rotate part, move part, etc) and the substitution glyphs fail to interact with the cursor.  Needs a fix.

 

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DGrant

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jason.drew
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Re: Pipe Routing and Substitution Grips Fail

03-29-2012 08:46 PM in reply to: dgrant775

Thank you for reporting this. I will log it with the development team.

 

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jason.drew
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Registered: ‎06-17-2010
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Re: Pipe Routing and Substitution Grips Fail

03-29-2012 10:25 PM in reply to: dgrant775

Just to make sure I'm seeing the same results; with 3D clipping planes active, grips for any pipe that is partially clipped do not function, but pipe sections that are fully visible still function, correct?

 

For example, I have the front clipping plane active. I select the adjust pipe elevation grip for a section that is fully visible, move it up until it's partially clipped and at that point the grips no longer work.

 

 



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