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Pro/E assembly color

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Pro/E assembly color

I have all the individual parts in my assembly colored and in the assembly. I changed the color of a sub assembly and I cannot get the assembly to reinherit each individual parts color. I have searched the help center and cant find anything. Any help is appreciated.


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Re: Pro/E assembly color

Hi Thomas,

Are you in WF5?

If so have a look at the top of the Appearance Tool The second line down has a drop box that has "Clear Appearance" in it. Click on the drop arrow and select "Clear All Appearances". Fingers crossed; this should work.

Regards, Brent Drysdale

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Re: Pro/E assembly color

I cannot even figure out how to color each individual component in the assembly, it automatically colors each subassembly as a whole.

Re: Pro/E assembly color

Hi Thomas,

Are you in WF5?

If so have a look at the top of the Appearance Tool The second line down has a drop box that has "Clear Appearance" in it. Click on the drop arrow and select "Clear All Appearances". Fingers crossed; this should work.

Regards, Brent Drysdale

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Re: Pro/E assembly color

Brent,

I cannot thank you enough for this! This was driving me insane and I needed the appearances cleared by today. Thank you again!

Moultrie

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