Does anyone have the time to either make a quick video or do a brief step by step description of how to make mapkeys on Creo 2.0?
I have been following the thread below:
... but when I try to follow this in Creo. The tool bars are different.
I haven't made any(many) mapkeys, but I use them frequently, so I'll need to rebuild these before I can move over to the new version.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
I have found some of my mapkeys, although they don't work.
When I tried to run the one I use the most, it looks for a table (.tbl) file: abs coords.tbl
When I search for this in my directories (both local and on the network) I cannot file this file.
There is no process to mimic the mapkey created (as per my knowledge)
You can tell your requirements; We can help you to create the mapkey.
After I manually delete two tables on existing drawings, it brings in a revision table for special drawings and places it in the top right hand corner of the drawing (vertex?). After makeing other changes, I export a .dwg file for our factory viewer, and I exit the drawing with out saving changes (because I was editing the standard) and they don't want Pro files for all the specials.
... need to revisit this:
What is the best way to replicate MapKeys created in an older version (i.e. Creo/WF5.0) and have them work in Creo 2.0?
I am guessing that I wll have to recreate the MapKey from scratch, but since I am not the one who created the MapKey to begin with, I am not certain exactly what it is doing (other than it works).
Is there a way to "step" through a mapkey and see each step/command?
In the old version, run the mapkey as usual.
Copy and rename the trail file
Set the following option in config.pro: set_trail_single_step yes
Play the trail file.
The trail file will stop after each command giving you time to see what command was.
Hope it helps,