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How have note ball without baloons?

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How have note ball without baloons?

Hello,

I can't hide or delete baloons from note ball! is it possible?

I want to see only repeat region parameter and arrow!

Thanks

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Re: How have note ball without baloons?

You can create a custom BOM balloon; see Tutorial: Customizing Report Balloon Symbols in Creo Elements/Pro

If you're simply creating a note with the part number, and your models have a parameter that spells out the part number (for example a parameter named PARTNUMBER), then you can use a simple note &PARTNUMBER:att_mdl. The ":att_mdl" part means to use the parameter (in this case, "&PARTNUMBER") from whatever model the note is attached to.

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Re: How have note ball without baloons?

You can create a custom BOM balloon; see Tutorial: Customizing Report Balloon Symbols in Creo Elements/Pro

If you're simply creating a note with the part number, and your models have a parameter that spells out the part number (for example a parameter named PARTNUMBER), then you can use a simple note &PARTNUMBER:att_mdl. The ":att_mdl" part means to use the parameter (in this case, "&PARTNUMBER") from whatever model the note is attached to.

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Re: How have note ball without baloons?

It works in a note, but not bundled in a dimension.

Re: How have note ball without baloons?

If you are doing a custom balloon driven by a repeat region, the answer is you can't (yet). Its not current functionality. We just make the balloon really small so it just shows up as a dot on the drawing. If you want the part number in your custom balloon then the format in the custom balloon is:

\rpt.rel.asm_mbr_name\

Alternatively if you have a parameter you are defining in a repeat region relation the format is:

\rpt.rel.Your_Relation_Parameter_Here\

For instance, if you only wanted the first 3 characters of the Creo file name it would be:

Your_Relation_Parameter_Here = extract(asm_mbr_name,1,3)