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2016 Flat tree view bug?

Question asked by Chris Pellegrino on May 17, 2016
Latest reply on May 18, 2016 by Ingvar Magnusson

Sketches for my loft (actually not all of them, just the X,Y,Z curve profiles) are showing up as if the tree were in flat view mode, which it is not. Going into flat view is a full flat view, but going back out of flat view still does not bundle all the profiles used for my loft into the loft feature. No, they are not shared by other features (actually that's not even possible and I know that hasn't been possible for a while now, but I swear I remember being able to do that a few versions back.) What is up? I can't afford to spend any more time trying fish around to find out what the hell is going on.


I can't believe they bundled so many changes into one release. On top of that we switched from Workgroup PDM to Professional and that alone has enough changes to blow away time trying to figure all this new stuff out. Icons are all different... Icons in the toolbar don't match icons in the feature tree... what a freakin nightmare.


EDIT: OK, now I'm finding out that I can't rollback into my loft feature (rollback prior to the feature but after the sketches and curves that go into it) so I can individually update all the X,Y,Z curves with new X,Y,Z data (40 of them) without rebuilding the loft after each curve update UNLESS I'm in Flat Tree View. That's a new one. Is this supposed to work this way now (because it never did before), or is there something else going on in conjunction with the view issue above?