I recently installed 2017sp1 and noticed projected views are not lining up correctly. I have to manually align them using Align Horizontal by Origin. Is there a way to fix this?
Can you check and make sure your ctrl button is not pressed as this breaks the alignment during view placement. Other than that I see no other reason for the alignment to break. And I'm not able to replicate it on SW2017 Sp 1.0
It doesn't happen consistently and also very infrequently, however since 2017 I seen it about 5 or more times, it just happened this morning, however it's not consistent nor could I figure out what I was doing just prior so I could try to replicate it also, I was watching the forum for this to become an issue with more users,, since I didn't see anything (until now), I was blaming it more on my process, but wasn't sure why...
While you probably know this; if you are using View Palette, you need to make sure the alignment line is visible before dropping the view.
This is how it aligns the view by default. I have to change it to Align Horiz By Origin to correct it.
I'm thinking this is a bug, had it happen a few times, but wasn't able to do it consistently to show our VAR....
I've seen this a few times too. I've always just broken the alignment, then re-set it.
SP2.0 installed....problem still occurs...
Brandon, only option is to report to your VAR.
I've seen this problem before mostly when I do a section view. Is that what yours is?
This happens with Projected View for me
I'm running 2014 SP5.0
Just recently started happening much more frequently.
Curious if you have any imported models in your assembly.
Solidworks *loves* imported models, 80% of the ignorant issues we have are usually tied to a shitty imported surface model.
Just a thought
I didn't have any in this particular assembly.
But yea, SolidWorks struggles with imported files!
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