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Solidworks 2020 centermarks not staying with feature - has this always been the case?

Question asked by John Buckley on Nov 13, 2019
Latest reply on Nov 13, 2019 by David Matula

I have always used manually created centermarks when detailing holes, radii, etc...  I was recently editing a model that had a drawing associated with it.  I made a slight position change to a threaded hole, but the dimensions on the drawing never changed.  I assumed the dimensioned hole was tied to the centermark.  I grossly moved the hole and realized the centermark wasn't staying with the feature.  Has this always been the case?  I just updated to Solidworks 2020 and I'm not sure if this is normal.  I have been using centermarks for years and never noticed this. I hope they follow the feature they were created from, otherwise all my old drawings are suspect!