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steve_hovey
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When Extruding a sketch Screen automatically switches to Iso View

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10-03-2012 10:36 AM

Hello all, I have what I hope is a simple question.  I have just upgraded to 2013, and there is one "feature" I find kind of distracting.  When working in a part, I create a new sketch.  When I extrude that sketch, Inventor automatically switches me to an Iso view.  I don't want that.  I would prefer to stay in the view that I established. 

 

Is there a way to turn that off?

 

Thanks.

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JDMather
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Re: When Extruding a sketch Screen automatically switches to Iso View

10-03-2012 10:47 AM in reply to: steve_hovey

Tools>Application Options>Sketch

uncheck Look at Sketch plane

 

and/or Hit E rather than finish sketch.

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Josy05
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Re: When Extruding a sketch Screen automatically switches to Iso View

11-07-2012 05:45 AM in reply to: steve_hovey

Hi,

 

I have the same issue and tried what you proposed. Except this box was already uncheck in my options so my problem is not resolved. Every time I click on extrude while in a sketch the view turns to iso and I don't want that.

 

Thanks.

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JDMather
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Re: When Extruding a sketch Screen automatically switches to Iso View

11-07-2012 06:18 AM in reply to: Josy05

I just realized that I always work in an iso view, so not sure how to solve your problem.

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Josy05
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Re: When Extruding a sketch Screen automatically switches to Iso View

11-07-2012 06:33 AM in reply to: JDMather

I also work in ISO view but often I have to rotate my assemblies to remove material and each time I do my assemblies turn back up straight in iso view. Because of that I don't see my sketch anymore to select the profile and I keep turning my parts. That is why I would of like for it to remain in the present view but I'm not sure it's possible in 2011.

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