Okay.....I have to ask this again. Have we totally lost the ability to specify a two color draft analysis?
If we have, note to PTC Developers: A five color draft angle range is CRAPPY! There is no way actual plastic partor casting designers were consulted on that.
If we do still have this essential ability, please enlighten me on how to do it. I cannot change 5 to 2 in the range box nor can I effect change anywhere else that I can determine.
Pleaseknow I am frustrated....but I consider having to compromise usingthe range to "almost" get to the split line directlysucks. I know you do tons of plastic parts (A surfaces and otherwise) so you know the pain of trying to follow a contoured split line on sweetened/visible A surfaces where the P/L flows around. With the two color analysis it was simple to trace along the blue/pink line. Now that is nearly impossible. Besides now with Creo the shading in analysis sucks out of the box. I assume I can have it shade with edges like it used to? I have not looked into it.
I hope I am just missing some customization that will get me back to a better state.
I am not running the mold module....if that is what you are referring to. (?) As far as I know, that type of Silhouette egdeis only accessible in Moldwith the surface trimby picking a surface and a direction. Mold Design people...do I have that correct?
Pete....the PAIN is only in Creo.
I do it that way as well. But this real qualifier and genesis of my rant was two-fold.
1. The two color analysis was magical. If I was the only one that used it in the way I did...then Mea Culpa for never sharing it with my classmates. Losing that has been like getting a few fingers cut off.
2. the shading within the draft analysis does not have any edges displayed. I hope that one is simply a config. I have not found it yet. If anyone know...please throw me a life line.
So, it's not simply the "split line" I was asking about. This thread took a turn in that direction and I wanted to get it back on course.
Thanks for all the responses so far.
I did know that Bernie......thanks. BUT with this particular model (approaching 2500 features) wireframe gets super slow while spinning. I know it's a work around. Thanks.