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HOW CAN ONE KEEP DISPLAY STATES OF VIRTUAL PARTS

Question asked by Chris Canterbury on Nov 19, 2014
Latest reply on Nov 19, 2014 by Chris Canterbury

We have specific parts that are virtual in the parent assembly.  These virtual parts have 3 display states.  For some reason, after one activates one of the non-default display states, the default display state shows features that should be hidden in that display state.  The bit that is newly showing is not usually shown in whatever display state was activated (it does not seem to matter).

 

How can I get SWX to consistently remember display states of virtual parts?

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