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Automatic Mirroring

Question asked by Scott McFadden on Jul 23, 2010
Latest reply on Aug 21, 2010 by Scott McFadden

If I hadn't seen this with my own two eyes I wouldn't have believed it.

Here is the scenario,

Was working on a fairly complex assembly andf had the housing of that

assermbly opened as well, with cascaded windows, made an update to the housing and went back to my

assembly and the boss features of that housing were mirrored.  Opposite side from where they are supposed to be.

Keep in mind going back to the part every feature is where it is supposed to be.  Back to the assembly and it is mirrored.

If you close that housing out and reopen it through the assembly the housing calls up fine, but still showing mirrored

in the assembly.  If you close out of everything and and do a hard reboot of the machine, sqame thing occurs.

Now, on top of the irraneous mirroring, the assembly is showing transparent.  With no transparency settings active.


Has anyone experienced this?  If so any solutions?  Or do we chaulk this up to the corkyness of Solidworks 2010.