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SKETCHED Line Thickness

agaribay
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SKETCHED Line Thickness

Is there an option to modify the SKETCHED Line Thickness?



Being color blind, it can be a challenge when working with complicated
parts....Doh!



Thanks in advance!



-Art





ProE Wildfire 2.0






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Is there a way to change the SKETCHED Line Thickness in WF2? It would
be nice if the sketched entities were bolder.



Thanks you.



-Art








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lwh
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(To:agaribay)

Changing the thickness is only possible for plotting.

You can change the color, though: View > Display Settings > System Colors and change the Sketch color.

Then save the settings to a file. You can copy the file contents to Your config.pro to load it automatically.

Did you try the "SHADE CLOSED LOOP" option? That helps a bit...
though, my biggest complaint about that is I can't set it to be ON as a
default... Can't set the "HIGHLIGHT OPEN ENDS" or "OVERLAPPING
GEOMETRY" sketcher helps as default on either... grrrrrrrrr...

Thanks...

Paul Korenkiewicz
FEV, Inc.
4554 Glenmeade
Auburn Hills, MI., 48326

Also being color blind, I found that playing with the line colors until you get a good contrast... or you could change the line font -give sketched lines a phantom or abroken font. Have you tried that?
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