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Code Set Style: <no code> for Points and <no code> for auxiliary points.

Code Set Style: <no code> for Points and <no code> for auxiliary points.

 

 Hi.

 

When we make custom subassemblies in SAC, points (or links) can be normal or auxiliary.

 

I thought that the auxiliary points weren´t represented  in the assembly but this is not true.

 

We can´t add any Code for an auxiliary point, so they don´t have codes.

 

In our subassembly or others subassemblies, sometimes there are normal points without codes.

 

So, we can have normal points and auxiliary points without codes.

 

I would like to differenciate this in the Code Set Style:

 

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 In the <no codes> row, specify a style point for "points" and another style point for "auxiliary points", so I hide the auxiliary points but I were able to show the points without codes.

 

 

Or, by default ,internally all Auxiliary points have the code "AUX". (we mustn´t use this code in points)

 

 

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