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The Snow Ball Effect

Question asked by Brendon Kennard on Jun 17, 2010
Latest reply on Jun 17, 2010 by Brendon Kennard

While i understand the logic behind the auto rollback to failed features, it causes major headaches in assemblies with in-context links between parts.

because if one edge on one part fails for whatever reason that part rolls back (understood), but if other parts are linked to features in this part all hell breaks loose, because the secound part fails only because the first part has rolled back, and any other linked parts fail because the second part has failed (because the first part has rolled back)......... and we get the snow ball effect, trying to find out were to start fixing it is like looking for some one in an avalanche..

 

CAN THE AUTO ROLL BACK BE TURNED OF????????????

the yellow triangle and the red circle are enough to help find and repair errors...!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Any one else notice this.

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