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smjanows
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Missing iMate Glyphs

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01-25-2013 09:59 AM

I'm running IV2012 Pro SP2 and in some assemblies, the iMates of subassemblies do not show up.  I've tried all permutation od iMate glyph visibility to no avail.  If I drop the same subassembly into a new assembly, the iMates are available.  How do I get them back on?  I'm not about to recreate the assembly (It's an iAssembly), so that is not an option.  Am I stuck manually constraining my fastener subassemblies?  Other parts in the assembly have their iMates show up fine.

 

 

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iMates on flange fine.

 

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iMates on fasteners missing.  Show up fine in other assemblies.

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Registered: ‎04-03-2012
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Re: Missing iMate Glyphs

01-25-2013 10:07 AM in reply to: smjanows

Alright, this must be a bug.  It turns out the iMates were already consumed.  But the fastener assembly was free to be dragged around until I put in contraints.  After deleting the iMate contraint it's back.  This is very odd behvaior.  No red + sign indicating that anything was wrong.

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