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Icons next to model tree right click actions, Creo 2.0

dwood1
1-Newbie

Icons next to model tree right click actions, Creo 2.0

I don't know what to call this thus the horrible title. When I right click on a part in an assembly I get a bunch of actions listed out.

I was watching a video on PTCU where the instructor had icons next to his actions and was wondering if this is a config setting, etc. Anyone know?


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JariElomaa
13-Aquamarine
(To:dwood1)

I think this is something new to Creo 3.0 and it is not available in Creo 2.0. I have only briefly tested 3.0 and I very much like the new icons as well.

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JariElomaa
13-Aquamarine
(To:dwood1)

I think this is something new to Creo 3.0 and it is not available in Creo 2.0. I have only briefly tested 3.0 and I very much like the new icons as well.

Mahesh_Sharma
22-Sapphire I
(To:dwood1)

Dan,

Right mouse options with icons are from Creo 3.0 and seems you are working with Creo 2.0 where Right click will display options without icons.

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dwood1
1-Newbie
(To:dwood1)

ok, I was wondering if that was the case or not. The PTCU instructions didn't say whether 2 or 3 was being used so I just wanted to check and see if it was a config setting in 2. Thanks.

Mahesh_Sharma
22-Sapphire I
(To:dwood1)

Dan, if you think the question has been answered, mark the relevent reply as correct answer.

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