With JT2GO 11.2.0 on the JT2GO toolbar we can activate the Model view Snapshots which is a toogle button.
It makes appear all the snapshots contained in the JT file
But where is this nice option in JT2GO 11.2.2 the lastest release ?
I can’t find this button, so I can’t see the snapshots even I know that there are in the JT File.
Thank you for your help
if you have Snapshots in a JT File please let me know how you have done the saving in JT2Go 11.
I think you have used a VF or VFZ file with already saved Snapshots.
In a JT file and JT2Go it is not possible (for me) to save Snapshots.
PMI Views or Section (PMI) can be saved.
Now you can see the PMI Views with a Button in the side bar.
If you try to create snapshots in JT2Go 11 you can also make a mouse right klick in the snapshot view bar, ther you find in a save option and other cool things. (But in JT2Go only for the active modell, not for later use)
The JT file was generated by the CATIA 2 JT translator.
The CATPART contains PMI and PMI Views , so the translator converts them to Model Views in the JT File.
With JT2GO 11.2.0 it was nice to have access to them through the Snapshot Palette ( on the Side Bar)
Now with 11.2.2 we have access to them from a different location , the Model Views Side bar
The Model View Snapshots option and all other Model View related UI has been moved to the new Model View Gallery - which can be accessed in the Project Workspace using the model view gallery tab. You can also access Model View Gallery Preferences via RMB in the Gallery after initial population of the model views. The PMI Preferences dialog has a new "Model Views" tab.
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