For the record, there is a hidden config option that allows you to enable the "round all" feature in WF3. Regrettably, you are limited to all the convex and/or concave geometry without exception. I.E. There is no ability to exclude a single edge or a chain.
allow_round_all yes (Note the round all options in the feature dashboard once the config has been enabled.)
If the round all were an imperative step (for whatever reason), consider these possibilities:
Build the outside geometry including the round all before building the internal geometry. (Typical model tree manipulation.)
A second option would be to enable the hidden "Remove" feature with the config below. Depending on your geometry, it may be possible to use it to exclude the internal rounds of your part. (Don't forget to include the transitions...)
all_tmp_rmv_srf_feat yes (Find the feature in Edit --> Remove.)
As with all hidden configs, use at your own risk.
Best wishes, Jered
Ps. I believe there are youtube videos for these config options.
The problem, since I am still on WF 3, is that you cannot remove any convex or concave edges when you use the check boxes for All Convex or All Concave. If you attempt too, on my system at least, you are immediately exited from Pro/E.
The option that many of you have mentioned we turned on back in 2000i2, so I do know the checkboxes exist, but the fact is it is either an all or nothing situation, you cannot edit the list and you cannot limit it to just the outside convex/concave edges. I was hoping someone might understand the find tool well enough to teach me how to select just the external convex/concave edges without selecting the internal one, so I can assign a different radius to the external edges vs. the internal ones. I do not know the find tool may not allow the sifting of information so fine without knowing more information than it would make sense just to make the individual selections.
Thank you to everyone who has attempted to help on this,
Brian S. Lynn Technical Coordinator, Product Engineering