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Suppress Adaptivity, Flexible & Contact Sets

Status: Comments Requested
by Contributor bverboort on ‎01-25-2013 05:28 AM

I'd like to be able to suppress these functions/features so I can tell they are there but not enabled. This would make it easier to enable when needed but disable when not.

 

Also, to be able to store and manage different "states" of Adaptivity, Flexible & Contact Set supression for these items (similar to the way we use View Reps). This making it easier to recall saved environments to both enable and disable easily.

Status: Comments Requested
Simply a question. Have you explored leveraging browser folders for organizational needs? I could see these being usefull to you. Perhaps create folders labeled "x_on & x_off" where x = "Contact Set", "Adaptive", "Flexible"? Just a thought.
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by Mentor on ‎01-25-2013 07:00 AM

You mean positional representations?

 

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by Contributor bverboort on ‎01-25-2013 07:18 AM

No, that controls component position by assigning a override to a constraint. I want to have the ability to save, store, manage and restore supression states of the Adaptivity, Flexible & Contact Set functions.

by Employee on ‎04-03-2013 12:54 PM
Status changed to: Comments Requested
Simply a question. Have you explored leveraging browser folders for organizational needs? I could see these being usefull to you. Perhaps create folders labeled "x_on & x_off" where x = "Contact Set", "Adaptive", "Flexible"? Just a thought.
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