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Inserting Multiple Components - Not putting newly insert part on mouse pointer.

Question asked by jeremy brock on Jul 12, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 12, 2013 by John Burrill

Ok so this is just annoying me lol. It is new issue with 2013.

 

I have my assembly open and I insert multiple existing components into the assembly.

 

SW2012

I "browse" for a file and hit open, it puts that item right on my mouse curser and I can begin placing it into my assembly.

I then "browse" for a second file and hit open it puts that new item I found on my mouse curser and I can begin placing it into my model.

Works good!

 

SW2013

I "browse" for a file and hit open, it puts that item right on my mouse curser and I can begin placing it into my assembly.

I then "browse" for a second file and hit open it keeps the first file on my curser. Highlighting both first and newly opened files in my "part/assembly to insert" window, only way to get the new file to go on my mouse curser is to select the first file and then select the second file.

 

Any help to get this so it works like 2012. When you are insert a LOT of parts it begins to be a pain lol.

 

Thanks

    Jeremy

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