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Graphic bug in Manufacturing/Simulation, Tool is following cursor all the time.

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RaftechEng
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Graphic bug in Manufacturing/Simulation, Tool is following cursor all the time.

Since last update I got a distracting bug that also makes the program lag a bit.  In manufacturing environment if a toolpath/ operation is selected the tool follows the cursor. This is happening outside the simulation environment. 

I've done multiple clean installs, Originally did a reinstall because I wasn't able to see my tools at all (in simulation).

I tried toggling preview feature ' in process stock", no change. 

I haven't been able to find any related topics on the forum. 

please help!

-Raf

screencast attached 

 

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Message 2 of 7
RaftechEng
in reply to: RaftechEng

Sorry haven't been able to attach the proper screen cap. 
Edit- looks like the link up top works
Message 3 of 7
seth.madore
in reply to: RaftechEng

CTRL (or Command) + T will turn that off. It's off by default, so it's possible you accidentally activated it 🙂


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 4 of 7
RaftechEng
in reply to: RaftechEng

Thanks Seth! That was easy:) 

Message 5 of 7
scottnewman
in reply to: seth.madore

Seth,

 

On 3-20-2023 mine started making the tool follow the curser around in Manufacturing mode when editing tool paths.

 

Control "T" does not turn it off

 

I have Windows 10 ver 22H2

 

Thanks, Scott

Message 6 of 7
seth.madore
in reply to: RaftechEng

If CTRL+T doesn't turn it off (which it should), you can also click down here:

2023-03-21_19h03_26.png


Seth Madore
Customer Advocacy Manager - Manufacturing
Message 7 of 7
scottnewman
in reply to: seth.madore

I tried CNTL +T many times to get the tool from following the cursor in Fusion manufacturing while editing a tool path, but I could not get rid of the tool. I finally removed it by Right-Clicking on the image of the tool and selecting OK. The tool disappeared and CNTL+T works to toggle it on and off.
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