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Icon of fully constraint component

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by Contributor cgusi on ‎01-07-2013 02:09 AM

It's very good recognize components in assembly that have DOF=0. It may be realised changing icon in browser like full constraint sketch.

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by Contributor b.graaf on ‎01-09-2013 07:22 AM

This one would be very great!

I got this question a lot from (ex-) SolidWorks customers!!

by Employee on ‎03-19-2013 01:02 PM
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by Valued Contributor tbennett on ‎07-03-2013 09:24 AM

It isn't just SolidWorks.  Most programs can give a mate indication in the tree.  I like the white circle (no mates), half white circle (partially mated), black circle (fully mated); sort of like in the Consumer Reports reviews.

 

SolidWorks uses a plus sign and a minus sign but doesn't have any indicator for partial mates.

 

Stay away from color coding unless you do your homework.  Never ever use red and green to distinguish between anything.  Red/green is the most common type of color "blindness".

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