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When editing a sketch, what config for automatic No Hidden Display Style?

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When editing a sketch, what config for automatic No Hidden Display Style?

I've been playing in my config.pro for a bit and I can't figure out what setting I need to change to get an edit sketch to change to No Hidden for my Display Style instead of the gray mesh it changes to now. Please see pictures for a more accurate description of what I'm looking for! Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks for your time.

Steve

mesh Gray.jpeg  no hidden.PNG

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Re: When editing a sketch, what config for automatic No Hidden Display Style?

Hi,

I guess you have to change display mode manually using UI button or custom mapkey.

MH


Martin Hanák

Re: When editing a sketch, what config for automatic No Hidden Display Style?

That image looks like you are editing a sketch of a part within assembly mode. You are activating that part when you edit the sketch (feature).

There is a option, DIM_INACTIVE_COMPONENTS (shaded_only, always, never) BUT if you are in shade mode, it won't switch your display to no hidden.


Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)

Re: When editing a sketch, what config for automatic No Hidden Display Style?

Yes it is an edit sketch in an assembly. Thank you for clarifying that, I apologize I left that out. I'll play with that option and see if it's something that makes this a little easier. Thanks for your help.

Re: When editing a sketch, what config for automatic No Hidden Display Style?

I was thinking about a mapkey for it as well. Just wanted to see if there was any other way before I took that route. Thanks for your reply!

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