I don't know that you can. I know you can modify the spacing of the segments easily enough but I do not believe you can add or subtract segments without deleting the current segments and re-segmenting. (If that's an actual word, lol)
If you used Sketch Points - You can edit the number of points by can right-clicking on the Equidistant constraint and choosing Edit Segments Points (image below)
If you used Sketch Segments - You cannot edit the number of segments
Good find Jody. I learn something new every day if I'm lucky enough ...
but when I do that I get the below:
I don't get the screen you do. Any suggestions?
You're having the same problem I did Allen. Your "right click" menu is about a mile long (just like mine) and you need to scroll all the way to the bottom. I didn't notice it either until I saw the "Relations" portion wasn't showing up on my menu ... Once you scroll down to it you'll see the edit segment points ...
Are you working in 2015? We drastically shortened the menu in 2016 because of the exact issue you are pointing out. My screenshot is from 2016 as is the ability to change the number of points, it wasn't there in 2015.
2016 What's New in SOLIDWORKS - Editing Sketch Points
Just for reference. I'm running SW2016 SP3.0 and my menu selections have in no way shape or form been shortened. I think I had about 15 clicks ± to get to the selection. I do like how short your menu is though. Wonder why it's different, hmmm ...
No go here either -
Jody Stiles - was that photo shopped
I'm using SP4 and I just checked SP3 and it's the same as what I show. I'm not sure why you are seeing the old RMB menu still.
Although my skills are pretty good, my image is not 'shopped.
You're special lol
Did you guys do an upgrade or import your menu customizations with the Copy Settings Wizard? It's possible we are trying to be polite and not overwrite your customizations.
I do have a copy of my current Settings - I don't remember seeing anything to turn that option on or off that I know of...
Hi Im cant answer your question but you can achieve the behaviour you desire in the blink if an eye with a sketch pattern and equations
that was with lines, if you just want points its slightly different
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