When you hide a body or feature in a multi-body part, there is NO indication in the feature manager that the feature is hidden. Very frustrating to afterwards try and find the "hidden feature" once a cut-list is generated.
The can see which bodies are hidden in the solid bodies folder at the top of the feature tree.
If you expand the folder, hidden bodies will be identified by a 'hidden lines removed' style icon, while visible bodies will have a 'shaded with edges' style icon.
If you do not have the solid bodies folder, you can turn it on through System Options>Feature Manager
If you don't already use is, 'Isolate body' is a good tool. You select the body or bodies you want to see, right click and select isolate. You then get a small dialog to exit isolate when you're done.
Tab key hides the body under the mouse cursor.
Shift+Tab shows the body under the mouse cursor.
CTRL+SHIFT+TAB - Shows hidden bodies. Hold these keys down, and left click a body to re-show it.
I like it, never knew those partcular shortcuts.
You can't really hide Features, only Suppress them & they show up greyed out in the feature tree. If you try to hide a feature it just hides the Solid body that the feature belongs to. Hidden Solid bodies are shown in the Solid bodies folder as an unshaded box as others have mentioned.
right click- show hidden bodies toggles the visibility of all bodies, so all the hidden bodies are shown. Anything to click on will then toggle the visibility. Exiting the show hidden bodies command, your previously hidden bodies will now be showing.
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