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Unable to move items in the design history

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janszal
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Unable to move items in the design history

Hello, for some time now I am not able to move any items in the design history (this is not related to not be able to move extrusion before the sketch). I am not sure if the function was disable for Personal users and it is limited to paid users? 

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HughesTooling
in reply to: janszal

Can you share an f3d file that has the problem and show what you're trying to move. 

Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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janszal
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I am unable to post links to the file because I use Personal license. the picture (example.jpg) below shows two extrusions, and I should be able to move the extrusions around (I used to be able to do that) the Design History (items.jpg).

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jeff_strater
in reply to: janszal

Feature reorder is not restricted for a Personal license.  Are you by any chance running Fusion on an external monitor?  See this thread:  can-t-move-unrelated-features-sketches-in-timeline 


Jeff Strater
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janszal
in reply to: janszal

Oh, wow thank you for the reply, this was it, I did run the Fusion on the second monitor. When I moved the window to my "first" display which is setup as main display, it works. Who would have thought...

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HughesTooling
in reply to: janszal


@janszal wrote:

I am unable to post links to the file because I use Personal license. the picture (example.jpg) below shows two extrusions, and I should be able to move the extrusions around (I used to be able to do that) the Design History (items.jpg).


For future reference you can Export your designs as f3d files. Also please don't attach pictures, just paste them into your messages.

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Mark Hughes
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janszal
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Ah, thanks for pointing that out, I did not know that we can attach pictures and videos into the comment box now.

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