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The dimension of a HoleWizard hole call out jumps unwanted to the inner circle of the hole itself.

Question asked by Bram Ottenhof on Aug 10, 2015

Is anyone familiar with the problem that the dimension of a HoleWizard hole call out jumps unwanted to the inner circle of the hole itself. This occurred a few times now, but we can't reproduce the problem.

In the attachment there are screenshots of before and after.

The dimension on sheet 3 before the unwanted change.jpg

See the unwanted change bellow in the image.

The dimension on sheet 3 after the unwanted change.jpg

 

The last time the problem occured was at a weldment part, the thread was suppressed of a hole feature. The dimension also was jumped from the outer circle to the inner circle and had a dimension of M6,8 because of that. We tried unsuppressing the tread but the dimension didn't jump back to the correct circle, and didn't change back to the correct size of M8.

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On the KB there is no similar problem reported as far as I can find.

Is this a known bug? Does this happen if the annotations are hidden that the dimension jumps from the outer circle to the inner circle of the hole on Drawing?


Kind regards,

Bram Ottenhof

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