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Creo 4 not Showing Diameter designation for creating different sized holes.

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Creo 4 not Showing Diameter designation for creating different sized holes.

Hello,

When using sketcher and sketching multiple holes of different sizes in earlier version you would get a designator that would let you see what hole you would snap to make the same size hole you wanted. Does anyone know how to turn this on in Creo 4??

 

Attached are 2 pictures of what i'm trying to covey, 1 picture from Creo 4 which shows just and equals sign but now way to differentiate between which hole would be snapped to.

 

The other picture shows how it is in Creo 3, easy to see which hole you are snapping to.

 

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Re: Creo 4 not Showing Diameter designation for creating different sized holes.

Perhaps it's your color scheme.  When using the default colors in Creo 4, the constraint "=", or any constraint, will show up on the entity you are creating, but Creo will highlight in green, by default, the entity it is relating to.

 

I am not sure if there is a config option to show old style R1:R1 during creation. FOUND IT!

sketcher_pre_creo4_constraints Yes - glyphs are used to highlight snapping and permanent constraints in PMA. No - icons and guides are used to highlight snapping and permanent constraints in PMA.

 

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 EDIT: Old post, same quesiton and then some -> Post: Creo-4-Sketcher-Constraints #475471

EDIT2: Using the following options R1:R1 is back.

sketcher_pre_creo4_constraints Yes - glyphs are used to highlight snapping and permanent constraints in PMA. No - icons and guides are used to highlight snapping and permanent constraints in PMA.

 

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Re: Creo 4 not Showing Diameter designation for creating different sized holes.

That's it, thank you so much!!

 

Jeff

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