Is it possible to vary a dimension dynamically to see its effect (like you can in SE with the scroll wheel)? It's a nice way to check if constraints are working the way you expect. The only way I know to do that in NX is to key in difference dimension values, which is awkward.
In the sketch task environment there is a command called "animate dimension" that will show what happens as the chosen dimension changes value.
I seem to remember a dialog that had a slider on it that you could use to manually vary the dimension - still not as convenient as the scroll wheel, but offering more control than the animate command. I didn't use it often and now I don't remember where that dialog is.
I think if you use the explicit 'Edit Dimension' (or something like that) function that you will be given an optional 'Slider' to edit the value of the constraint dimension.
It looks like if the dimension expression is a simple value (not a formula), you can hover your mouse pointer over the slider and use the mouse wheel to change the value.
Once you use Edit or Edit with Rollback for sketch, Select the sketch in part navigaotr > RMB > Edit Parameters. It launches the same Sketch Parameters window.
Thanks for the tip. That is faster and will make it easier to use.