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Valued Contributor JM.
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JM.
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Default Angle

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05-16-2013 06:48 AM

Is there any way to set the default angle when using the 'Face Draft' command.  The default angle is set to 2.5 degrees - for my application 45 would be more useful.

The last used values for this are in the registry, but I see no way to set the system default.

a blank "default" entry was in the list,  but Inventor ignores any edits to it.

 

This may be hard coded, or is hidden in registry under something more cryptic.

 

The arrow to the right of the default will bring up a list of recent values.

If you use 45 a lot,  it should always be int he pulldown, this saves typin it in at least.

 

T.S.

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tsreagan
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Re: Default Angle

05-16-2013 11:12 AM in reply to: JM.

The last used values for this are in the registry, but I see no way to set the system default.

a blank "default" entry was in the list,  but Inventor ignores any edits to it.

 

This may be hard coded, or is hidden in registry under something more cryptic.

 

The arrow to the right of the default will bring up a list of recent values.

If you use 45 a lot,  it should always be int he pulldown, this saves typin it in at least.

 

T.S.

Valued Contributor JM.
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JM.
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Registered: ‎01-07-2011
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Re: Default Angle

05-16-2013 12:12 PM in reply to: tsreagan

I suspected as much - the drop down certainly helps but it would be nice to be able to set a default value.

 

Thanks.

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tsreagan
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Re: Default Angle

05-16-2013 12:25 PM in reply to: JM.

Now there is a good suggestion for Autodesk.

 

Put "ALL" tool defaults in the registry so advanced users who want to streamline can change them as they please.

 

 

T.S.

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