While you're editieditng the sketch I don't believe you can hide the sketch lines, Otherwise you'd be struggling to sketch accurately if the bodies were hiding all your entities!
If you exit the sketch then you wwill be able to hide the sketch lines.
I'm assuming the lines you don't want to see are not part of the sketch you're doing now.
If that is the case just RMB on the sketch you don't want to see in the Feature tree and hide the sketch.
Hope this helps.
It's been asked for before, but there isn't any way that I'm aware of to have sketch lines hidden when they're behind a model instead of in front.
I do not want to hide the sketch line. It's the rectangular box which you see in the middle to represent the touch screen of the cellphone. However, when I rotate the model I can still still see the rectangular box from a back view point which I don't want. I am not trying to hide it. When I exit out off sketch, the line turns gray and I can still see it behind the model.
The cellphone2.png shows you can still see the sketch from BEHIND the model. I don't want to hide it completely, I want to still be able to see it from a front p.o.v. If it helps, when I exit out from sketch the lines turn grey (I failed to get the picture up here). I did not have that problem before. I think I have a problem with an option I must've accidentally clicked.
Thank you for you help everyone.
I think I see what you're saying. The sketch isn't on the "screen", it's on a plane, probably the front plane.
Try changing the sketch plane. Exit the sketch, then right click the sketch in the feature tree, and click edit sketch plane. Change it from "Front" to the screen by clicking on the screen in the graphics area.
Quick Edit: Even if this changes the sketch to where it should be, it will always be visible while you're editing it, no matter how you spin the model. You cannot hide active sketches in any manner.
Kazi Hossain wrote:
I do not want to hide the sketch line. .....
Why did you create the sketch?
To create a feature, correct?
When you create the feature - the sketch will be consumed by the feature, what you observe is normal behavior that you should have observed previously.
BTW - your sketches are not fully defined, which is poor modeling practice.
Yes, all sketches should be fully defined, otherwise, you're going to have consequences later on!