if you create assembly and you will modify it .. sometimes system creates dependencies between old components and you can find some "problematic objects" (in a Workspace as Ghost objects)
Here is the quick solution - how I solved it for our Creo configuration (assembly mode):
In the drawing is not possible to remove ghost so easy as previous example - but I have found quick solution for a drawing too
Note: remove ghosts from a drawings is possible to run with custom Mapkey too
I hope that my solutions will help you to remove Ghost Objects from the assemblies and drawings.
Best Regards, Vladimir
i'm dealing with an assembly of 154 ghost parts unable to resolve a single one. can you please explain more detailed way of creating that cg map key . it would be helpful for me to understand and resolve those parts
Open up your config.pro file. Usually saved
C:\Program Files\PTC\Creo 4.0\M040\Common Files\text
Open the file in note pad.
copy and paste the mapkey and the continued mapkey. Save the file to your desktop. You cant save to the original file location. Copy the file and past into C:\Program Files\PTC\Creo 4.0\M040\Common Files\text
Run Creo, open up the assembly and press "CR"