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Bug or normal behavior - Drawings views change/dissociate based on timeline position in Design workspace

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jcbyrd24
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Bug or normal behavior - Drawings views change/dissociate based on timeline position in Design workspace

One thing I've noticed recently that doesn't make any sense to me is that my drawings sometimes (or always) will follow along what I'm doing in the Design workspace with regard to position on the timeline or what is hidden at the moment. E.g. this morning I had gone back to the design to make some updates and didn't realize that after doing so I ended up not at the end of the entire model timeline (this often happens to me and I'm not sure why). When I went to my drawing a bunch of dimensions had dissociated because chamfers had disappeared. Going back to the design and looking at the component with the chamfer I quickly realized I wasn't at the end of the timeline, and fixed it, but it seems wrong to me that a drawing with a view already placed would then adjust to a position in the timeline. I've had this happen with hidden components too where I've hidden them in the model just for visibility, but they then hide in the drawing, however I couldn't replicate this this morning. Any thoughts would be appreciated. 

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HughesTooling
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This is by design. If you roll the timeline back and save that's what you get in the model, the drawing workspace isn't going to recalculate the design to the end of the timeline for you.

 

Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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