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Change color of a surface

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Change color of a surface

Hi everyone,

In WF4, I can change color on either side or both side of a surface by flip the red arrow or choose both (using quilts feature).

But in Creo 1.0, I can not choose side, It only do both sides.

Please help.

Thanks

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Re: Change color of a surface

Hi Dovan...

I tried everything I could think of to get this back to the way it used to work. I was not able to color the surfaces the way I could in previous releases. I appears it's been changed. I looked for config.pro options and found nothing relevant.

I will say I like it better this way (the new way) because I always thought having to pick which side of the surface to color was annoying. But then I always wanted the entire surface the same color. If you've made some use out of the difference between the two sides, then this is now a problem for you.

Perhaps they'll add a switch setting to toggle the old/new styles. Or, perhaps this is a switch but it's hidden? This might be worth a call to PTC customer support.

Thanks!

-Brian

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Re: Change color of a surface

Hi Dovan...

I tried everything I could think of to get this back to the way it used to work. I was not able to color the surfaces the way I could in previous releases. I appears it's been changed. I looked for config.pro options and found nothing relevant.

I will say I like it better this way (the new way) because I always thought having to pick which side of the surface to color was annoying. But then I always wanted the entire surface the same color. If you've made some use out of the difference between the two sides, then this is now a problem for you.

Perhaps they'll add a switch setting to toggle the old/new styles. Or, perhaps this is a switch but it's hidden? This might be worth a call to PTC customer support.

Thanks!

-Brian

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Re: Change color of a surface

Hello Brian,

Thank you very much for the info. I did try evrything I could think of but wasn't able either. I'm glad we're on the same page, this way I know for sure I did not miss anything.

It is not a big problem for me. However this is one of the way for me easier to verify my work.

Thanks,

DoVan