I am having problem hiding sketch used in crop view. In attached image, I want to hide horizontal line at upper left corner. it is not selectable too.
Maybe instead of creating your boundery with lines do it with one continuous spline.
That is what I always do and never run into this issue.
Another way to do it would be to create this broken out view in your model and save that as a specific configuration
then insert the view in the drawing linked to that config.
Does your assembly have hidden components?
Yes I do have hidden components.
yeah there is a known issue with cropped views with hidden compoents. A wrokaround is to change the size of the crop box to mask the sketch lines.
actually that is not sketch line. that is part of crop box. I change to circular shape crop box, but it was showin arc at that part of drawing.
Have you tried editing the cropped view sketch?
Maybe adding or deleting what is and recreating it?
Take a look at this link to see if it offers any solution.
I tried, but no luck.
If you look at the link I posted in my last posting it talks about suppressing components
not used or needed in the cropped view and how that sometimes solves it.
If that is the case then somehow the skertched line is linked to one of these components.
Yes this line is interlinked to vertical bar part intersecting to line. When I hide that part line went off too. But this line intersected other part of the drawings, so this line is linked to this part only.
But I need to show this part in drawing. How can I resolve this problem
I did try using continuous spline boundary and it did work. But Why ? why same thing didn't happen for ractangular boundary?
Some time SW makes me crazy.
Thank you all of you for quick responses.
reeshi pradhan wrote: Some time SW makes me crazy.
reeshi pradhan wrote:
You are welcome. I am glad this worked for you.
I am going to guess that because the continuous spline is just that, continuous
menaing it has not definate middle or endpoints to constrain to that is why it works.
Great idea but unfortunately it isn't a magic bullet.
In my case I went from having one line form the crop defining square staying viewable to the entire spline line staying viewable after cropping.
The only way to get the spline not viewable was to put it on a layer that was turned off. Which did work. Until I did a rebuild which made the spline line that was used to define the crop and that had been put on a layer that was turned off completely and utter viewable and also shows up once printed.
This is beyond ridiculous.
Oh , get this... When I then want to edit the crop the spline that I used is not viewable because it's, after all, on a turned of layer. So I can't see it when I want to do something with it but when it should be invisible it's viewable.
and then people wonder why I curse like a ol' sailor whenever I'm making a drawing in SW
What we're seeing isn't actually the sketch that defines the crop; the fact that we put that sketch on a turned off layer makes that clear. We're really seeing the border of the crop. Now, why that happens in these cases is a good question since we normally don't see a crop border (and sometimes we'd like to; an options box to enable and disable this would be great!). As @Timothy Holman suggested it seems to happen in cases where the view has hidden components for some reason. This behavior is a bug.
Realy Helpful link
Hide part thats are not needed and lines are hide automatically
I'm having the same problem. I can not hide the line created by the cropped view. Also, you can not add a layer to this line, so it would be possible to hide it.
The following example picture.
Anyone have any solution?
The only way I've found to hide the crop lines is to create a line style and change the detail line font in the document properties.
Under Options, go to Document Properties. Then select Line Style, and hit New. Call your new line style 'blank'. In the Line length and spacing values, enter: A,-1,-1.
Then go to Views---->Detail. On the border line sytle, select the new blank line.
The crop lines will show up dashed on your screen, but will be blank went printed or PDF'd.
This obviously works on all detail views.
Good point but then why there isn't standard a 'blank' line style available is anyone's guess.
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