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Cycle Component Colour, small bug.

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HughesTooling
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Cycle Component Colour, small bug.

Noticed Cycle Component Colour is not working on patterned copies. You can see below all the fingers were pink the same as the longer insert. I used Cycle Component Colour to change the colour of the fingers but only one changes on the screen, all have the new colour in the browser. I'm sure if I save, close then reopen it'll be correct but thought I'd report what happens if used with a pattern.New.png

Mark Hughes
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This is still a bug 3 years later, and a very irritating one at times. Any time there are multiple instances of a component be it from patterning or copy/paste actions , cycling component colour for them changes the colour for all in the browser, but all the actual components take on individual colours. fusioncycle1.PNG

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Wow.  Good find.  I did not believe it, so I tried it, and sure enough, it only changes one instance.  I agree it should change all instances, in keeping with the goals of Component Color Cycling.  Thanks for reporting it.  I will create a bug for this.

 

[edit] bug FUS-108140 created for this.  I did notice that the problem is only for the current session.  On reload, the problem goes away.  @HughesTooling , I apologize for not seeing this at the time you reported it.  It was June, my guess is I was away on vacation...  😊


Jeff Strater
Engineering Director
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By current session o you mean logging out and back in or just an app restart? 

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not even that.  In my (admittedly simple) test, I found that saving/closing the model and re-opening it made the colors of all instances consistent again.  Try it, and let me know if it does not fix the problem for you.


Jeff Strater
Engineering Director
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Hello @HughesTooling 
I just wanted to let you know that this has now been fixed and will be in the September release.
Thank you so much for letting us know of this issue and thank you for your support and patience.

Have a great day

Fixed in FUS-108140 

 




Samuel Temple

Senior Software QA Engineer


(samuel.temple@autodesk.com)



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