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*peebles, scott
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dimension reference geometry???

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11-06-2002 12:16 AM
I have projected reference geometry to create an extrusion and now want to
modify the size of the reference geometry.

I have turned off "adaptivity" and broken the "link" to the reference
geometry but I get a dialog box telling me that I cannot dimension or
constrain reference geometry.

What do I have to do to dimension or constrain reference geometry???

Thanks
Scott
*Dotson, Sean
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Re: dimension reference geometry???

11-06-2002 12:23 AM in reply to: *peebles, scott
After you broke the link (important step) select the line and try to change
it to normal geometry via the styles pulldown at the top of the IV window.

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Sean Dotson, PE
http://www.sdotson.com
...sleep is for the weak..
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"scott peebles" wrote in message
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> I have projected reference geometry to create an extrusion and now want to
> modify the size of the reference geometry.
>
> I have turned off "adaptivity" and broken the "link" to the reference
> geometry but I get a dialog box telling me that I cannot dimension or
> constrain reference geometry.
>
> What do I have to do to dimension or constrain reference geometry???
>
> Thanks
> Scott
>
>

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