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Moving subcomponent with hidden bodies doesn't update the visualization for hidden bodies

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Moving subcomponent with hidden bodies doesn't update the visualization for hidden bodies

If I use the move command on a subcomponent with hidden bodies it shows the outline of the hidden bodies, but when I move the component those outlines don't update even after the move is completed. If I show the hidden bodies they show up in the correct (moved) place, and if I hide them again the outlines are corrected.

 

Try this in the attached file:

 

  1. Select the "Component1" component
    • Note that the outlines for the two hidden cuboids are shown
  2. 'M' for move
  3. Ensure "Move Object" is "component" and "move type" is "Free Move"
  4. Drag the component a few inches in any direction
    • Note that the outlines for the hidden bodies do not move though the visible one does
  5. Click OK to finish the move
  6. Select "Component1" in the browser
    • Note that the outlines of the hidden bodies are shown in their original location
  7. Browse under "Component1" to the hidden bodies and make them visible by clicking the eye icons
    • Note that the bodies appear in the moved location despite where their outlines were shown, and the outline is still visible in the old position
  8. Make them invisible again by clicking the eye icons
    • Note that the outline is updated to the correct position

here is the project: https://a360.co/3v6r3lk

 

It took me too long to realize this was just a visualization bug and was pulling my hair out trying to understand why the hidden objects weren't moving. Figured I'd report this in case it helps.

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