Allow us to include the green connector in iParts. this way we can use already created iPart factories / children for assets. We have occasion to use Factory design utilities with iParts factories which contain 100's of variations. I do not want to publish them as individual assets one at a time!
IF I am not snapping to a DWG or to a grid - I ALWAYS want to move my asset immediately after placement. I have to go and select reposition. Why not just have the reposition triad be the placement triad?
A customer at the Munich Summit 2011 would like to generate 2D views and multi sections on multi floor factory buildings including the face of the building for detail dimensioning. This is important for any factories for many customers.
User would like to detach analysis indicators from the main panel to place near the stations.
Customer discussion: "Do you know if we have to ability to move individual Dashboards? I would like to move individual Station indicators to a region near the station. Seems logical, right? It turns out that all of the indicators near the bottom can be moved together but you cannot move individual indicators. They are all locked in the same block and cannot be moved independently. It is also difficult to understand which station the Indicator belongs to - does not mean much intuitively - I am guessing this should be an easy issue to fix."
- Add a 1-click workflow from the Launchpad
- Select layout assembly in file browser
- Launch Inventor
- create a 2d drawing view of the layout with base view
- leave drawing view open
- close layout
Automotive customer requests the ability to easily suppress/delete all constraints for selected components.
We need to understand the motivation for wanting to do this. If it is just to drag the asset freely, there may be more elegant approaches (see US1091)
This is a productivity enhancement. Basically customers spend a lot of time exploding blocks down to geometry and then creating a single block. This request is to automatically:
- Flatten all nested block refs down to geometry
- Create a block of the resulting geometry, moving all geometry to a user specified layer optionally
- Instancing the block back into the DWG