is anyone from PTC shadowing this thread ?
or is this all just a waste of time
maybe PTC could leverage this and put up a bunch of threads on the various functional areas - sketching, modelling, drawing etc - and get some more FREE feedback then fix some of the issues - maybe identify the top 20 and have a poll to rank them
The case logging process in SUPPORT is well and good but puts all the pain on the USER - the pain needs to be transfired to the Software TEAMS writing some of this thoughtless stuff.
Never liked restructure... still don't use it. For years it left unintended references and made a true mess of the assembly. Every few years I try it again to see if it works... still doesn't. Yuck... hate that feature. Good idea. Terrible execution!
While creating a hole feature, during selection of a reference, while holding drag handle with LMB, add the ability to toggle between selections with RMB.
Sweep Section orientation is in the opposite direction as regular sketch creation. Regular sketch is oriented so arrow is pointing away from you. When the section is created for a Sweep feature the arrow is pointing towards you (opposite to what is intuitive).
Why on earth should i select a particular tab in the ribbon first to be able to modify an entity on a drawing?
This adds to the amount of clicks you should do when working on the drawing... and holding "Ctrl" while you select an entity (view, dimensions, table etc.) does not help because it allows you only to select the entity, but does not allow you to change it until you select the particular tab in the ribbon.
I get the feeling that PTC is going completely backwards on this one: instead of automatically selecting the appropriate tab in the ribbon (like in MS Word) when you select an entity, they ask you to select the appropriate tab first so you can work with the particular entity.
This is very counterproductive and frustrating!
In the following thread, see post number 85 on page 7.
They did go a bit backwards, then they fixed it. If only they would have fixed it in a datecode for Creo Elements/Pro 5.0.