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Missing references on multiple toolpaths

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FrodoLoggins
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Missing references on multiple toolpaths

All these toolpaths have missing references:

Screenshot 2023-11-10 at 8.25.07 AM.png

 

The actual error is "Invalid retract height reference selected":

Screenshot 2023-11-10 at 8.35.54 AM.png

 

But I'm actually given the option to make two retract height references:

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Reference #2 is void because I of course only selected one retract height reference. Reference #1 shows I have a face selected but it's actually missing. No selected highlighted blue face shows up anywhere when I select the first retract height reference:

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Also when there are missing references Fusion normally asks in a prompt if you'd like to remove the missing references. I do not get that prompt:

 

This toolpath does have a missing reference and does give me a missing references prompt. Definitely shouldn't be missing anything. I definitely did not delete a bore that magically reappeared:

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Those toolpaths with missing references were created and last saved November 3rd. Opening the Novemeber 3rd version does not bring back the references.

 

When I reselect my references I'm sure the flow toolpaths will have generated a tool conventional milling instead of climb milling and also milling in the opposite isometric direction. Which I will then of course have to recorrect at least 5 more times over the lifecycle of this file.

 

EDIT: After selecting 2 retract heights the isometric direction has not change (thank my lucky stars) but of course my edge break operation conventionally mills some stuff. Used to climb mill everything. So now I need to break that toolpath up into two until I later find out I have to break it up into 3 toolpaths when I run into another issue making the tool mill both directions.

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