I'm doing a drawing with holes. If I use "show model annotations" and select on the feature, it shows the dimesions for that feature in that view.
In Wildfire I had an option to show all dimensions, and it would show hole dimensions, and the depth in a perpendicular view. I could then edit the hole diameter dimension to include the depth. [why isn't this an option to show with the diameter dimension? It should have been added a long time ago]
Anyways, in Creo I show the dimensions for that feature, and the depth does not show. I have to go to another view, turn that view to show hidden, find the feature, and then show the dimension.
Am I missing some simple means of getting the hole depth, or did Creo lose something along the way?
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The new paradigm in Creo has predefined hole notes. -If- you use this feature, you can include the depth as part of the hole annotation. However, I agree, it was much easier in the past to format a consistent hole format without having to customize .hol files.
We've had this discussion somewhat in depth before.
The very fact that the default callout for UNC-2B is UNC - 2B pretty much forces me to format each hole note manually.