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Projected geometry moves when dragged?

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RG_Productions
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Projected geometry moves when dragged?

I have notice sketches becoming less stable. With blue geometry being the enemy in designs, recently I have found previously fully constrained sketches showing up with blue. My go to method of resolving is by dragging and redimensioning/constraining where required. Today when dragging the blue the projected geometry went along for the ride?

Dragged sketch.PNG

 

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g-andresen
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Hi,

Please share the file for reply.

File > export > save as f3d on local drive  > attach to post

 

günther

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@RG_Productions 

Can you Attach a *.f3d file here that exhibits this behavior?

 

If unconstrained parent geometry is moved, then projected child geometry should move with the parent. This is logical behavior.

Having said that, I have not seen examples where fully defined geometry becomes unconstrained without user input except in cases of overly complex sketches.

 

One thing I note from your image is that thin feature might simplify your sketch, but there also might be good reason for using Offset.

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