I was drawing rectangles (they were green) on a wide box (I saw all of them very well) and then I extruded one of them. As result - other rectangles disapeared. When I was trying to solve this(don't remember how), I made terrible mistake. All rectangles appeared, but then they were yellow. So now I cannot do anything with them, even delete. Help!
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Solved! by vlad.kuzik.95. See the answer in context.
I learn Inventor without books. I'm Ukrainian. The Ukraine use method "tourns and mistakes".
Attach the ipt file here that exhibits this behavior.
Sounds like all you need to do was right click on the sketch and turn on Visibility.
Sounds like you created a new sketch and Project Geometry.
Have you gone though the Help>Learning Tools>Tutorials and Skillbuilders?
You have created more than one profile and when you have extruded the first the others will have disappeared. Right click on the first sketch in the 'Model Browser' and select 'share sketch'. You can then extrude the other profiles you have created.
Hope this helps!
As mentioned above, please post your part file on here. One of us will be able to look at it and help you figure out the problem.
There are many sketches in this part. There are several ways to turn off the visibility of the sketches if that is what you are wanting to do.
To find the sketch in the browser, right click on an element in chose "Find in Browser". then right click on the sketch name in the browser and uncheck "Visibility.
You can turn off all sketches in the part from View>Object Visibility. Uncheck 2D and 3D sketches here.
Post back if you need more help.
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