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Define what to see and what to hide by default in a custom drw symbol

bmancini
13-Aquamarine

Define what to see and what to hide by default in a custom drw symbol

Hi,

I'm defining a generic modular drw symbol.
I have defined some of its lines and values ​​in groups to give me the opportunity to select as needed whether to display them or not.

My problem is that, by inserting the symbol in the DRW, these elements are hidden/disabled by default.

How can I set them to be visible by default?


Thank you.

P.S. I'm using Creo 9.0.6.0

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wiUser
4-Participant
(To:bmancini)

Hello

I had same question when I first started working with custom symbols. Check out the article in the link below.

The simple answer is you can't if its defined in a group.

https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article/CS242505

 

Thank You

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Hi bmancini

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wiUser
4-Participant
(To:bmancini)

Hello

I had same question when I first started working with custom symbols. Check out the article in the link below.

The simple answer is you can't if its defined in a group.

https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article/CS242505

 

Thank You

bmancini
13-Aquamarine
(To:bmancini)

I opened a ticket in esupport.
They answered me:
"We couldn't get both of the groups selected by default at a time. Only one group can be by default selected with group attribute set to "Exclusive"."

Well, it wasn't the answer that i wanted to hear, but the "Exclusive" it's an information to work with.

 

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