Have you checked your Default Content Center path for your current Project? at Inventor Application Menu > Manage > Projects > Your active Project > Lower Pane Project > +Folder options drop down > highlight, Content Center Files = [Default] left click Select Browse For Folder and set to where your Content Center Folder are located. If true then maybe you need to set your Default Content Center files location. Go Tools > Options > Application Options File panel 4 frames down to > Default Content Center files > Browse For Folder to where the Content Center folder is located in your installation, %USERPROFILE%\Documents\Inventor\Content Center Files\R2013\. If installed. Or you may you need to set your Location of Libraries: at Tools > Options tab > Application Options > Content Center tab > Libraries: > Browse For Folder, folder > to where your Content Center folder is. Something like “C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Inventor 2013\Content Center\Libraries”
thank you for your explanation but i think my question wasn´t clear enough. :-)
I have the CC feature for selection in the CC database but if i try to put in a feature in a part, inventor want a face and then nothing happens.
I am sorry that I jumped to the incorrect conclusions about why you are not able to place a Content Center feature. I have placed a Content Center features and bolted Connections in an Assembly and Part files with Autodesk Inventor Release 2013. Therefore I can say that I do not think that it is a bug! Have you tried to place a Content Center feature in an Assembly file?
If after selecting the feature, the feature specks, a face, the feature position with arrow grips. Does your mouse pointer arrow have a plus sign next to it, if so have you tried right clicking and selecting, done, or the move and position options or cancel.
P.S Of course you can place Content Center features in an Assembly. In and assembly go Assemble tab > Component tab > Place from Content Center > to the features dropdown. Select and place. Rem right click then Done.
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