I have selected Tangent edges removed but they are not removed from the corrugated sheet.
right click on the view, and check the setting there.
The menu from RC on graphic also shows Removed as checked.
I experimented with Hide Edge and found that if I click on each of 1000 lines, they will be removed.
I have a presentation dilemma.
I want to show an assembly with dimensions. The model view looks OK in color, but I have not figured out how to place dimensions in the model view. I can place dimensions in the drawing view, but the tangent lines on the corrugated sheet coalesce into solid black and spoil the drawing when the image is scaled down to fit on a sheet of paper.
Is there a better way than manually removing each line, or nth line, in the drawing view?
your image posted above is NOT from the right click menu - it is from clicking on the view botton on the toolbar. the right click menu looks like this:
Yes, it turned out I did not want them all removed, only most of them, so I employed the Hide edge option and manually selected the ones to hide.
I ran into this problem today as well, but only in my ortho view, my projection views were showing with tangent lines removed.
To resolve this, first I tried Prasoon's fix, but it did not work for me, I did leave the options on both pages set to removed though.
I then set the assembly in my ortho view to resolved instead of lightweight and I used ctrl+Q to update the view and it worked.
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