Two different discussions:
One of them's from 2007 (which I had seen before posting), so I was hoping some progress had been made on that front.
The other one doesn't entirely address my question.
So...it looks like the answer is (still) "no"?
You might already know this, but in solidworks the geometry is infinite even if the line doesn't show up that way. To me, infinite lines clutter up an assembly or a part if you have to turn that sketch on, and there is no way to change a line from infinite back to finite- at least not in 2008 sp5
To me, infinite lines clutter up an assembly or a part
I, obviously, disagree.
there is no way to change a line from infinite back to finite- at least not in 2008 sp5
Sure there is: Trim.
John, you are the man. That's been driving me nuts forever. Thank you.
Been a bit since anyone posted, I am running SW 2012 and still don't see that this is added as an option. I can do the macro as suggested, but it would be nice if it were a checkbox option. Anyone know if it is and I am just missing it?
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