"Chris Benner" wrote:
Wait a minute! You get exception codes? For me whenever Pro E crashes, all I get is an instant view of my desktop wallpaper!
"Grahame Ward" wrote:
Here's another issue. See the attached jpeg. I've gone clip/suppress at feature 32. Copy 4 and Solidify 9 are then suppressed and my red arrow is immediately after. Then I make a new feature, Solidify 10. It comes after the suppressed features! I want it after Solidify 8 because I have inserted Solidify 10 specifically to ensure that Solidify 9 works. Why doesn't it keep the red arrow after the last resumed feature? This seems the logical place to keep it. When I go to clip/suppress it's often because I need to insert a new feature at that point to make the failed feature work. (For example a surface merge might fail because the surfaces have moved further apart and I need to extend one or both to get them to overlap again.) If this wasn't annoying enough, I cannot simply drag the new feature up before the two suppressed features. I have to drag it before the last resumed feature, Solidify 8, then drag Solidify 8 before Solidify 10. An extra mouse click. In this case Solidify 10 is not dependent on Solidify 8 so I can drag it before. But if the feature is dependent I cannot drag it before, so I have to make a default coord sys or some other easy feature, drag that into place before S8, drag S8 before the coord sys, then drag S10 between the coord sys and S8. This is incredibly infuriating and it seems to me, utterly illogical and unnecessary. Ok, so you want the red arrow to go after the suppressed features, that I can maybe understand you might want as a default. But why can't I just drag my new feature into place before the suppressed features? That makes no sense to me and I was hoping that maybe it was taken care of in WF4. Does anyone else have this problem?