First of all, you've posted this in the SWW14 Top Ten discussion forum. You can move it to a more suitable forum (General ?) via the Actions box (top RH corner of your post).
Secondly ... the images you mention aren't showing.
Here are a couple of problems I am having. Wonder if anyone knows how to fix this. Just upgraded to 2014 version. This new version seems to have some part orientation problems. The orientation of the "up" direction of any new planes that I create has changed. Now, when I make a plane, it rotates the "normal" orientation of the plane 90 degrees to the principal planes. Here is a picture of what I mean:
So now, if I "normal to" planes 2 or 3 to make a sketch, it rotates the model 90 degrees. This messes up the vertical and horizontal relations and I have to work on the part sideways like this:
Does anyone know how to get all the planes to have the same orientation? This third picture shows what I want. This was done in SW 2013 (which I have not had this problem with):
Is there a setting that I can change to correct this? Also, I noticed that the arrows for plane adjustment are oriented in the wrong direction, as shown (Note these are not the actual arrows, I couldn't get the actual ones to show up in a screen shot. They just point 90 degrees in the wrong direction):
It has also rotated the normal orientation of the part 180 degrees, so that what was the "front" of the model is now the "rear". It has done this twice with this part when I edited it. Is this a problem with the software? All of my hardware is the same since upgrading. Never had any trouble until I upgraded to the 2014 version.
In the plane properties box select parallel instead of perpendicular.
I'm having this same issue too. I'm trying to drive different configurations for this slot by just changing the angle of the plane. The second I change it from parallel to 45 degree angle, the plane changes its 'vertical orientation and flips it to 90 degrees so i get the wrong slot.
Anyone figure out a fix?
You might try defining the plane by 90 degrees from a perpendicular plane for the first case, then change the angle to 45 degrees for the second. It seems like that would be less likely to change the vertical orientation.