Select the parts list and edit the section settings; for the alignment position, choose the corner that you want to snap to. Close the settings dialog and use the move object command; use the dynamic motion option and pick your parts list. The dynamic csys will snap to the corner that you chose earlier; now click on the dynamic csys origin then click on the point that you want to move the parts list to (turn on your snap settings to use line endpoint or other object points).
You want to snap the corner point of the title block. This isn't possible. You could only snap to curve or points. The title block and tables have no points, therefor the snap doesn't work on these objects.
You can do what you're after, as long as the border layer is active so you can select the line of the border.
Be aware in NX9 it's not an associative pick so if the line changes (sheet size for example), the title block will not move.
Made a video, attached to this post.
So professionals all over just mouse drag&drop the parts list randomly with the accuracy of an eye ?
What an disappointment.
I tried the video, but the company drawing always has a predefined title block-TEMPLATE.
I have all layers visible but it can't find any lines when OSNAPPING things.
Here is a way to align them exactly:
I agree that such a work-around as this is disappointing. Snapping to corners of tabular notes should be easier than this.
Not sure what you mean by a 'predefined title block-TEMPLATE.'
If you can't select any part of the border, then it's most likely the border is a 'pattern' which was the way that borders were created before the auto borders/zones functionality came in with NX8.5.
If you look at the bottom left hand corner of your drawing sheet, is there a small X?
If you run your cursor over that, does it identify as a pattern?
If it does, you've got a pattern in the drawing. No matter what you do with layers or the like, pattern objects are not selectable.
If you expand the pattern then the objects within are selectable, however that may go against your companies policy in regards to drawing standards.
The other issue may be that you don't actually have a title block made using the title block function.
It could be part of the pattern as mentioned above, so it can't be selected or moved.