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Creo 6 and Model tree width definition

gfraulini
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Creo 6 and Model tree width definition

I want to use Creo with browser in a separate window because I'm better with Windchill.
Since Creo 5 I have not problems, but now with C6 is has disappeared the command (in Options) to set the width.
There is a solution or a workaround?
Thanks

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In this manner you don't set it, you just move it.
Every time you open a file or start Creo you have to adjust the tree's width.
Up to Creo 5 you could set the width via Options.
Now I found the way: you haveto set manually (by drag, for each type of file (.asm, .prt, .drw) ) the tree's margin, then go into Options/Window Settings and make OK to force Creo to save the actual UI.
The next time one opens Creo you will find the desired nterface.

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@gfraulini wrote:

I want to use Creo with browser in a separate window because I'm better with Windchill.
Since Creo 5 I have not problems, but now with C6 is has disappeared the command (in Options) to set the width.
There is a solution or a workaround?
Thanks


Hi,

please provide more details ...

1.] What config.pro option do you use to show browser in a separate window

2.] What UI setting do you use ... attach picture

 


Martin Hanák

Here they are

Bye

Hi,

1.] I do not understand the purpose of attaching p1.jpg

2.] if I set WEB_BROWSER_IN_SEPARATE_WINDOW yes in config.pro and launch Creo 6.0.2.0 then standalone Creo browser window opens


Martin Hanák

The title: how to set the model tree's width

Hi,

to set Model Tree width in Creo 6.0 simply move right border of Model Tree using mouse.


Martin Hanák

In this manner you don't set it, you just move it.
Every time you open a file or start Creo you have to adjust the tree's width.
Up to Creo 5 you could set the width via Options.
Now I found the way: you haveto set manually (by drag, for each type of file (.asm, .prt, .drw) ) the tree's margin, then go into Options/Window Settings and make OK to force Creo to save the actual UI.
The next time one opens Creo you will find the desired nterface.

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PTC Support engineer provided following link to Creo Help Center:
https://support.ptc.com/help/creo/creo_pma/r6.0/usascii/#page/whats_new_pma%2Ffund-appearance_model_...


Martin Hanák
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