Every other CAD package I've ever worked in or seen, lets you work like a human, not a robot, looking at a perspective view adjusted for natural perspective, allowing you to judge your design constantly and consistently, like you would if you were holding a real object in your hand.
Your forcing a CAD modeler to create features and styling in an isometric view at all times ls like forcing us to drive a steam locomotive down a highway. Solidworks has figured out a way to model in a perspetive view, not isometric - any reason you cannot fix that please?
you need to set this config option.
!!!Defines initial model orientation in Sketcher mode.
!!!Yes - (2D orientation) Looking directly at section (sketching) plane.
!!!No - (Orientation unchanged) Sketch directly on the 3D part.
Ok Andrew, I just checked my settings at it was already set to 'yes' for that option.
that does not change or adress the issue I'm bringing up above at all.
Sorry about that i had one thing in my mind and it didnt let me read this correctly. In the Render tab have you tried the perspective option there?
O you bet. One of the very first things I did starting up with ProE is look for perspective settings to make it as natural looking as possible - it works, but... the minute you try to actually model anything, sketch, create a surface, etc - it snaps the view into rigid isometric instantly, with no option to stay in natural perspective like Solidoworks allows.
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