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Section View Destroyed?

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10-31-2002 10:01 PM
Using, I6, I notice that most of the IDW's that I create eventually, if not immediatley, have the section views fall apart. By this, I mean the solid edge lines disappear, the red perimeter to highlight the view is gone.I am left with a few dimensions and a crosshatch. Is there a way around this? Do I have to wait for the patch? I created these IPTs in I6. I need to get these parts to a machine shop now, not on the 15th!
Help Please
Bill
Thank You

Bill

Inventor 2011 Pro 64 bit
Windows XP Pro 64 bit
Dell Precision PWS390
Intel Core 2 CPU 6700 @2.66GHz
7.93 GHz Ram
ATI FireGL V7200
*Crain, Ron
Message 2 of 8 (33 Views)

Re: Section View Destroyed?

11-03-2002 02:09 AM in reply to: bhowe
Can you post a sample part and idw file to Customer
files so others can see if they see the same thing?

 

Was your idw template migrated from 5.3? 


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
Using,
I6, I notice that most of the IDW's that I create eventually, if not
immediatley, have the section views fall apart. By this, I mean the solid edge
lines disappear, the red perimeter to highlight the view is gone.I am left
with a few dimensions and a crosshatch. Is there a way around this? Do I have
to wait for the patch? I created these IPTs in I6. I need to get these parts
to a machine shop now, not on the 15th!
Help Please

Bill
*McConnell, Cory
Message 3 of 8 (33 Views)

Re: Section View Destroyed?

11-03-2002 10:14 AM in reply to: bhowe
Stretch your section line to make the view recalculate. Then stretch it
back.

--
Cory McConnell
BJ Pipeline Inspection
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bhowe
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11-03-2002 09:22 PM in reply to: bhowe
Yes, I am migrating the template from 5.3. Give me a path or directions to where you want me to upload.

Bill
Thank You

Bill

Inventor 2011 Pro 64 bit
Windows XP Pro 64 bit
Dell Precision PWS390
Intel Core 2 CPU 6700 @2.66GHz
7.93 GHz Ram
ATI FireGL V7200
*Hoffmann, Peer
Message 5 of 8 (33 Views)

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11-03-2002 09:32 PM in reply to: bhowe


style="PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #000000 2px solid; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px">
Yes,
I am migrating the template from 5.3. Give me a path or directions to where
you want me to upload.

Bill

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11-03-2002 10:08 PM in reply to: bhowe
They are posted, in a "section views" zip file
Thank You

Bill

Inventor 2011 Pro 64 bit
Windows XP Pro 64 bit
Dell Precision PWS390
Intel Core 2 CPU 6700 @2.66GHz
7.93 GHz Ram
ATI FireGL V7200
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11-03-2002 11:02 PM in reply to: bhowe
Bill,

What Cory is suggesting causes the view to update. Another way to
accomplish this without editing the view is to select the view and click on
the Update button on the toolbar. This causes the section views to update
correctly in my tests of your data. Or, if you do a Tools/Rebuild All in
the part file, the section view will update as well.

--
Thanks,
Rich Willis (Autodesk)


"Cory McConnell" wrote in message
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> Stretch your section line to make the view recalculate. Then stretch it
> back.
>
> --
> Cory McConnell
> BJ Pipeline Inspection
>
>
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11-04-2002 01:58 AM in reply to: bhowe
Thanks All, this should get me through to the 15th.
Bill
Thank You

Bill

Inventor 2011 Pro 64 bit
Windows XP Pro 64 bit
Dell Precision PWS390
Intel Core 2 CPU 6700 @2.66GHz
7.93 GHz Ram
ATI FireGL V7200

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