Wow... Thanks Dan.
That is the worst thing I have ever seen. (Not really.)
I would assume that in a non-flat tree setup, if you placed something before a feature with an absorbed sketch, that something would automatically be placed before both the feature AND the sketch.
I never work in Flat Tree View.
I am going to assume that this was a bug because I have never seen this happen before and just get on with my life, now that I know how to fix it.
Again, thanks Dan.
No Problem. Has happened to me.
So, I am assuming that you created the sketch for MH CB....then created the 5/16-18 hole.....then created the MH CB feature.
This would then create the scenario that happened. Even though the sketch is absorbed by the MH CB feature, it still resides before the 5/16-18 hole in history. I tend to cycle into Flat tree view at least once during the life cycle of a component, specifically to check this type of thing.
No, your assumption is incorrect, that is not how this happened.
The part I am working in was an existing file, with MH CB feature existing as an extrude cut thru all.
I rolled above/before MH CB to place a tapped hole.
Then rolled below/after MH CB to edit the feature to be a blind CB instead of thru all.
Since the feature already existed it was fully defined, but I wanted it to be defined by the tapped hole, so the CB would follow it if the tapped hole location moved.
I deleted the dimensions and tried to select the center of the tapped hole... only to find it not there.
That is when I investigated and realized it was being suppress... for what looked like no-good-reason.
Probably a bug form working in an older file.
Now I know I can check the flat tree view if this happens again.