I have been looking into the various ways of displaying assemblies in WFII and feel as though I am wading through treacle.
The only thing I can find of any use is the Pro/E help, which, as ever, is great for telling the user how to do what he already knows he wants to do; if he doesn't know what he wants to do, the help is of no help.
What I would like is some idea of the relative merits, pros and cons of the different ways of displaying assemblies. Why would I use an accelerated Simplified Rep instead of an ordinary one? What benefit does a Style give me over a simplified rep? What is a symbolic rep? What are the disadvantages of using on-demand simplified reps?
These are just a few of the questions that came to mind when looking at the View Manager. I don't know where to look, other than to ask you for your advice or experience.
I will post a summary, as I expect there are other people who would also like to know all this stuff.
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