You're correct. Grrr....I wish I took screenshots of what happened before as I wouldn't have written "Strange I wasn't aware of this before" when I checked it. Now I can't recreate the same behaviour...?
MAGNUS SALOMONSSON wrote:
Now I can't recreate the same behaviour...?
Guess you're working with some kind of alpha build then and it's one of it's "features" maybe?
BTW, did I understand you correctly, that now RMB menu have different options for model tree and graphics window? I'm not sure if I like this idea, because it adds a feeling of inconsistency to the menus (yeah, I know, nothing new really in ProE/Creo), but maybe I'd need to check how it works. So far RMB menu was the same regardless of place it was invoked and it feels better that way.
No the behaviour was in Creo 2.0.
The screenshot is from recorded PTC Live keynote session. I'm not doing any alpha testing. I guess since 3.0 release is around 1 year ahead of us this might not be the final design of RMB commands.
I haven't forgotten about you. I'm trying to clear out a backlog of work that has kept me very busy over the past couple of weeks. I'll get back to responding to each of your requests, adding them to the master list, and preparing for the face-to-face Technical Committee meetings within the next few days.
Thanks for your patience!
a lot of good things mentioned.
one that isn't technical by any means is the amount of white the Creo interface has! It's blinding with no way to control it. I have a coworker that is light sensitive and he started getting headaches when we moved to Creo.
please help our eyes!
i totally agree on this. never understood why they fiddle with background color and interface sooooooooo much!
Thanks Ryan (and Rohit)... I totally agree and I took this directly to the interface designers (or at least one of them). I clicked between Default and the Black and White color choices and asked if he could tell the difference.
Your choices for colors now are: Brilliant White, Slighly less brilliant but still annoying white, dark or... Custom which is basically saying "Figure it out yourself". But it's excessively tough to get something that even approximates the old colors.
I think I went off for about 10 minutes on colors. I went all the way back to Rev 9 and reviewed all of the color changes and asked why they kept fiddling with it. Or... if they insist on fiddling with it, at least give us the old color schemes as an option. We got ripped off in Creo... you get white... or nothing.
...to say nothing about the hidden option: USE_PRE_WILDFIRE_ENTITY_COLOR YES in the SCL file
...for which I never received an acceptable response from CS when I inquired as to its meaning.
This was the configuration I ended up with after a lot of research:
SYSTEM_DIMMED_MENU_COLOR 57.8125 57.8125 59.765625
SYSTEM_LETTER_COLOR 100.0 79.6875 19.921875
SYSTEM_HIGHLIGHT_COLOR 39.84375 7.8125 7.8125
SYSTEM_EDGE_HIGH_COLOR 100.0 14.84375 14.84375
SYSTEM_GEOMETRY_COLOR 94.53125 94.53125 97.65625
SYSTEM_HIDDEN_COLOR 75.78125 75.78125 79.6875
SYSTEM_SHEETMETAL_COLOR 7.8125 39.84375 7.8125
SYSTEM_CURVES_COLOR 19.921875 19.921875 59.765625
SYSTEM_VOLUME_COLOR 39.84375 19.921875 39.84375
SYSTEM_SECTION_COLOR 19.921875 79.6875 100.0
SYSTEM_PRESEL_HIGHLIGHT_COLOR 39.84375 100.0 19.921875
SYSTEM_SELECTED_COLOR 19.921875 79.6875 39.84375
SYSTEM_SECONDARY_SELECTED_COLOR 19.921875 79.6875 79.6875
SYSTEM_PREVIEW_GEOM_COLOR 100.0 54.6875 0.0
SYSTEM_SECONDARY_PREVIEW_COLOR 79.6875 39.84375 59.765625
SYSTEM_DATUM_COLOR 59.765625 39.84375 19.921875
SYSTEM_QUILT_COLOR 100.0 79.6875 19.921875
SYSTEM_SHADED_EDGE_COLOR 4.6875 4.6875 5.078125
SYSTEM_BACKGROUND_COLOR 0.0 0.0 19.921875
SYSTEM_TOP_BLENDING_COLOR 0.0 0.0 23.4375
SYSTEM_BOTTOM_BLENDING_COLOR 0.0 0.0 11.71875