It appears that once you set a line to be infinite, the checkbox becomes grayed out after you exit the sketch. Is there a more formal way to get this back to finite instead of drawing some geometry to trim around it?
I don't think there is a better way than triming the infinite line to get it back to a finite length.
Once you tell SW to make it infinite, or having no endpoints, SW wouldn't be able to determine where to add in endpoints if you were able to uncheck that box.
Interesting find. Same action in 2015.
Trim the line it gets rid of the infinite selection.
Do you think this is a bug or just normal behavior of the program? Perhaps it doesn't remember or know what length it was before, so that's why it can't return to it?
I think this may be something that no one has thought of...
Did notice an SPR 388979 had been created. Go vote for it.
Interesting, it also says that "Undo" works, so it has the ability to remember that info, it's just storing it in a different place I'm guessing.
You can use the Split command and get rid of the infinite
Very nice, Thanks.
Yeah, that makes since. Thanks.
I don't think there is any other way than timing it down.
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