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how do I know what is a sketch projected from?

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rprovideo
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how do I know what is a sketch projected from?

This circle on the screenshot is referenced/projected from another item, as shown by the little projection constraint icon. I cannot really remember what, and I want to move it. Is there a way for Fusion to show it?

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jhackney1972
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I will assume you are using Capture Design History and have a timeline.  If so, the video will show you the method of determining where the reference came from.  If you still have issues attach you model and let the Forum users take a look.

 


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davebYYPCU
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That’s ambiguous- 

do you want to move this circle, 

or the projected source article?

 

The source - being moved is going to move this circle and keep the projected link intact.

You want to find the owner of the source point? will be a circle in an earlier sketch / body directly forward  / behind / or through this one.

 

Might help.....

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