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A very strange behaviour

Question asked by Pet Peever on Sep 27, 2012
Latest reply on Oct 7, 2012 by Jerry Steiger

At first, the equation driven curve has to be in black, since it's totally defined.

At second, the dim D6@sketch2 has to be amnnouced like a driven dimension, since this angle is totally defined by the EDC, which is also totally defined.

But things don't end here, and there is much more funny : I change t1 to 0, then the EDC changes, in the parametric definition of the EDC and the first changing is OK.

But if I redefine t1="t1", the EDC begins to be a bit not driven, but obviously drunken.

Would be some limit to this drunkard's walk Markov chain ?

Alternating t1 =0 and t1="t1", yes, there is some limit.

Moral : the connerie of the  SW  team is ergotic.