Some of my Toolbox parts have been equipped with a torso icon. It also appears in the feature tree. 2015 SP4.0
Any idea what this is?
Have you downloaded this from any site OR the toolbox part is from SW toolbox? And which standard file is this? Can you upload one file having this icon to check?
The part is derived from a standard component in the Toolbox browser.
The icon is on some but not all of the customized Toolbox parts. And it just appeared recently.
I don't see any torso icon here, so what Dan Pihlaja might be correct. And does that extra little icon bothering you if not creating any issues
I probably should not be bothered by it. I just the kind of guy who don't want any nasty surprises from it, nor miss any potential useful feature.
I believe that this represents a user defined toolbox item rather than an item that is standard with the toolbox.
In my toolbox, I have a custom set of toolbox screws that are linked to a design table that also nicely references the part numbers from our vendor for those items. These show up with the same "little person" icon.
Could be. But it is only a few of my non standard parts.
You are correct, it is rather inconsistent.
What I notice is the following:
These 4 bolts are all the exact same bolt. The first one was dragged in from my toolbox. The other three were created using the "Copy with Mates" feature from the first one. The icon is different even though they are the exact same bolt.
Then I close and re-open Solid Works and open the assembly back up and Viola! The icons are fixed.
Same bolts....different icons.
The question is....even though this is a very minor issue, does it potentially point to something larger?
Report to your VARs to investigate.
All parts of toolbox have these icon in the assembly.
You need change the mark toolbox, for delete the toolbox mark you have execute the file:
C:\program files\SolidWorks Corp\SolidWorks\Toolbox\data utilities\sldsetdocprop.exe
Changed the mark toolbox of yes to no.
You have delete the mark toolbox after to insert the part in the assembly.
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