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SW 2016 Mash up of default and classic UI

Question asked by David Faszer on Oct 17, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 17, 2016 by David Faszer

I recently switch companies and am setting up my settings starting with a fresh install of SolidWorks 2016. I am wanting the default color UI (blue/gray) and have it selected thrum the system options/colors/default.


I have noticed that the changes only apply at a part level (the top level part name in the feature tree is shown in the classic style). When I am in an assembly, the commands are in the classic style as well as all of the parts in the design tree. I have attached a small screen shot of a part, assembly, and my settings.


I have tried switching back and forth from classic to default and reset the registry, but nothing worked.


Any thoughts?