I have made a lot of hoses in an assembly, 84 exactly, and the sales department needs a picture of the assembly.
Therefor, to my issue. When I zoom out I can see all the splines and the constaines in the fitting ports, I thinkt, since I can't see them when zoomed in.
I haven't had any luck with hiding them in the part navigator or reference set.
Any good sugestions? Everything is appreciated, thanks!
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What about moving them to a different layer?
From the Selection toolbar, change the select filter to "Routing Objects" and then hit Select All (or Ctrl + A). Routing objects will highlight the spline paths and the ports. Next select "Menu > Format > Move to Layer" and place them all on a new layer.
For the constraints, right mouse click the "Constraints" node in the Assembly Navigator and choose "Display Constraints in Graphics Window" to uncheck the option.
Thanks for the reply! I didn't knew the selection shortcut, very smart.
It's not nessesary for me to have a layer for the hoses, I want them to be shown all the time :-)
But actually when I move them to a layer, there are a lot of small crosses, I thinkt it's all the routing points.
I have unchecked the Constrains, but the crosses/routing points and the Space resevations/splines are still shown.