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Annotation-Maximum ticked by default in a Post view

Phenom
Phenom

To all

 

Does aynone know if there is a option (somewher) to have the 'Annotation-Maximum' ticked by default in a post view? I couldn't see anything/option anywhere

 

Thnaks in advance

Regards

Production: NX9.0.3.4, NX10.0.2.6
Development: VB.NET (amateur level !)
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Betreff: Annotation-Maximum ticked by default in a Post view

Phenom
Phenom

selex_ct,

 

a lot of time is gone, nobody did answer!

 

Did you solve your problem in the meantime for your own?

As I understand you are looking for the maximum value of a displayed result component, right?

 

Short answer: Open in Post View the active Viewport

Post View Navigator  => Viewports => Frings Plots => Post View # => Annotations

 

Here you can find default annotations for maximum and for minimum of plotted component.

But maybe I'm wrong and you did look for something different.

 

Best wishes, Michael

 

 

Betreff: Annotation-Maximum ticked by default in a Post view

Phenom
Phenom

I don't think there is a way of have the max/min ticked (on) as a default unless one creates a template

Production: NX9.0.3.4, NX10.0.2.6
Development: VB.NET (amateur level !)

Betreff: Annotation-Maximum ticked by default in a Post view

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

I tried in versions 11 and 12 with the same results. I got it to work by creating a post view with the Maximum annotation turned ON as Michael describes. Then I saved the post view to a post template. Next I made that template the default and created a new post view. That view's maximum annotation was ON. That means that those two annotations are supported by post templates, but I don't believe that user defined annotations are supported. I didn't try any other versions.

 

EDIT: I hadn't seen selex_ct's reply regarding templates. It is the only way to do automatically have the maximum/minimum annotations turned ON. Well you could do it too with Layout States, but layout states are file and results specific.

 

Regards,

Mark