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Can a decal or texture be carried over from Creo to Illustrate symbol?

TomM
12-Amethyst

Can a decal or texture be carried over from Creo to Illustrate symbol?

Hi,

I know there's a way to add a decal to geometry in Creo illustrate, however I am wondering whether there's a way of carrying over a decal applied in Creo Parametric to the .ol geometry representation of a part, which then could be used as a symbol in Creo illustrate?

So far I was unable to do so.

 

It would be great, cause adding a decal each time I wish to use certain symbol is painful.

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TomM
12-Amethyst
(To:TomM)

Gee, once again I've found the solution after I posted the question...

Edit pvs output recipe and mark "Convert" under "Textures" section in "Miscellaneous" tab. Textures will only be carried over if applied at part level. 

 

Important!

The image which is being used as textures needs to remain in the same directory as the .ol file forever...

 

.ol files should carry a bit more data with them than they do...come on

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TomM
12-Amethyst
(To:TomM)

Gee, once again I've found the solution after I posted the question...

Edit pvs output recipe and mark "Convert" under "Textures" section in "Miscellaneous" tab. Textures will only be carried over if applied at part level. 

 

Important!

The image which is being used as textures needs to remain in the same directory as the .ol file forever...

 

.ol files should carry a bit more data with them than they do...come on

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