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Editing function no longer available

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Message 1 of 11
chefild
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Editing function no longer available

Hi.

I want to share with you my experience with new fusion 2.0.18460.

I am very frustrated to see we cant return in function and edit them.

 

WHY ?!

If we cannot ajust function as well, it becomes useless.

Please, fix that...

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Message 2 of 11
g-andresen
in reply to: chefild

Hi,

EDIT >  what?

 

günther

Message 3 of 11
jeff_strater
in reply to: chefild

Please add more information, preferably a video of what you are seeing.  I do not know what a "function" is to you.  A parameter expression?  A feature?  A sketch?  All of those things seem to work as expected.  Please share more.


Jeff Strater
Engineering Director
Message 4 of 11
chefild
in reply to: jeff_strater

When I make function, like bevel... for exemple.
After validation, I cannot return in this function and edit it again.
If i want to make change, now i need to create new one or delete previous function.

Before, you could come back as many times as you wanted on a function, reorder, etc.
Simply double click on it, or right click and edit function.
Today we no longer do any of that.

Message 5 of 11
g-andresen
in reply to: chefild

Hi,

1. please show your process in a screencast

2. Please share the file. > File > export > save as f3d on local drive > attach to post

 

günther

Message 6 of 11
davebYYPCU
in reply to: chefild

You need Capture Design History - turned on.  Timeline.

 

No timeline - you are correct.

 

Might help…

Message 7 of 11
jeff_strater
in reply to: chefild

@chefild - nothing has changed here.  It sounds like you are editing a Direct Modeling design.  You need to start capturing design history:

Screenshot 2024-02-24 at 11.40.20 AM.png

 

If this design started from an imported design (STEP, IGES, etc), design history will be off - you need to turn it on before you do subsequent modeling on that design.

 


Jeff Strater
Engineering Director
Message 8 of 11
chefild
in reply to: jeff_strater

This is my tree structure of my project.
I have started my project by opening STEP file.
Maybe that's the reason.

screen1.png

By clicking "Capture design history", the bottom time line return but i cannot edit my previous functions.
But it seems to work if I create new functions.

Why when i create new blank project from scratch, i have the bottom time line, but when starting with STEP file no?

Thank you for your quick help !

Message 9 of 11
g-andresen
in reply to: chefild

Hi,

Imports from third-party formats such as STEP, IPT, SKP ... always take place without a history.
Existing elements cannot be edited, but can only be edited in direct modeling mode (DM).
After activating the history, only the new actions can be edited.

 

günther

 

DM Tutorials

Message 10 of 11
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: chefild


@chefild wrote:

I have started my project by opening STEP file.


@chefild 

1. Open STEP file and Save.

2. Enable Capture Design History.

3. Now, after completing #2, edit your part with history of actions captured.

Message 11 of 11
jeff_strater
in reply to: chefild

"I have started my project by opening STEP file."

 

yes, that's why I said:  "If this design started from an imported design (STEP, IGES, etc), design history will be off - you need to turn it on before you do subsequent modeling on that design."


Jeff Strater
Engineering Director

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