* I have an assy with a single skeleton file. * The skeleton was created in that assy, not another. * The assy once had a second skeleton, but now does not. * The skeleton is not assembled by 'default', but is instead after the 3 default datum planes and assembled with 3 plane alignment constraints.
In the config file for this client, I have set 'multiple_skeletons_allowed' to 'yes'. If, however, the client config is not loaded for some reason, Pro/E will tell me that I have an invalid or second skeleton and I need to remove it. Of course, removing the skeleton pretty much hoses the assy. Not cool.
I had removed the second skeleton to avoid this error. I don't want my clients having to deal with this if they don't have the option set. However, it seems that I still need it, best that I can tell, due to the no-default position of the skeleton.
Is this correct functionality? Is there any other way around this besides using default placement for the skeleton?
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