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Unusual Feature Tree Order

Question asked by Jim Sculley on May 13, 2015
Latest reply on May 13, 2015 by Paul Marsman

SW2015 2.1

 

 

I stumbled across an assembly created by someone else where the order of items in the feature tree is unusual:

Somehow, a bunch of components ended up between two component patterns, after the Mates.  Furthermore, notice that LocalLPattern7 is a pattern of the component below it (409107).  I can roll back the feature tree to before LocalLPattern8, but I cannot roll it back anywhere between the misplaced components.  It will roll back to before LocalLPattern7, but misplaced components are still fully accessible and aren't greyed out.

 

If I drag all the misplaced components to where they would normally be (before the Mates folder), I cannot return then to their original incorrect positions.

 

I'm curious if anyone else has had this problem and knows if it is a file corruption issue or something else.

 

JIm S.

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