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Colors of components in published assemblies

psobejko
12-Amethyst

Colors of components in published assemblies

Hi All,

I'm not sure if this question should be in the Windchill section for I have a publishing problem.

I make an assembly, and have its parts' appearances "overridden" by assigning them different colors in the assembly mode.

When I save this file as .PVZ to my local disk, the color scheme of the assembly is preserved as I use Creo View open this file.

However, if I check-in this assembly into windchill, and I use Creo View to examine what's been published, the colors of the parts revert to what was assigned while they were being built in part mode.

Is this the expected behavior?

Or is there a setting in the recipe or in the config.pro on my CAD worker that I can tweak that would allow Creo View published document to retain the assembly-level assigned styles and appearances?

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psobejko
12-Amethyst
(To:psobejko)

Ok, I think I can answer my own question.

http://www.vizpundit.com/2014/07/21/recipe-for-success-digital-viewables/

- see slide "Conversion Modes"

Using the recipe editor, I changed the setting "Conversion Mode" in the Advanced/Miscellaneous section to "Full" - now the published models look just like what we see in Creo Parametric.

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psobejko
12-Amethyst
(To:psobejko)

Ok, I think I can answer my own question.

http://www.vizpundit.com/2014/07/21/recipe-for-success-digital-viewables/

- see slide "Conversion Modes"

Using the recipe editor, I changed the setting "Conversion Mode" in the Advanced/Miscellaneous section to "Full" - now the published models look just like what we see in Creo Parametric.

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