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Sketch is doesn't show in viewport and looks suppressed in timeline

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Rockks
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Sketch is doesn't show in viewport and looks suppressed in timeline

Hi everyone, I'm encountering an issue with a sketch in Fusion 360. I'm unable to edit it as it appears to be suppressed in the timeline and does not show in the sketch folder. When I click on it, it only displays as a preview, and I'm unable to make any modifications.Sketch-Problem.PNG

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HughesTooling
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Have you tried a Compute All (Ctrl+B)? Also have you tried closing and restarting Fusion? If those don't work can you share the f3d file here?

Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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TheCADWhisperer
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@Rockks 

Are all of your sketches fully defined?

Are all of your sketches 2D on original sketch planes?

Can you File>Export your *.f3d file to your local drive and then Attach it here to a Reply?

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Rockks
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@TheCADWhisperer @HughesTooling here the file:

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HughesTooling
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By suppressing the sketch before the problem one then unsuppressing, the problem sketch also unsuppressed for some reason! 

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Rockks
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@HughesTooling thank you so much for this. Solved!
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@jeff_strater Any idea what might of gone on to cause this problem? Is it because the sketch was suppressed and it lost a reference while suppressed?

 

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Mark Hughes
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Not sure, @HughesTooling .  That theory seems pretty reasonable.  I have seen a handful of issues like this in the past, but never have figured out how to reproduce it.  If anyone ever does, we'd appreciate it.

 

Jeff


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