Unless you reset individual dialog memory or 'Reset Dialog Memory' through user interface preferences, it should work.
For through curve mesh, it remembers the option stop at intersection for successive operations.
You have to keep in mind that some Selection Intent options might not apply, depending on what you select. For example, Stop AT Intersection and Follow Fillet do not apply when you are using Curve Rule = Region Boundary Curves.
You are right. Thanks!
I just checked it again and am sure that: in Composite Curve, both "Curve Rule" (Single Curve, Connected Curves, Tangen Curves) and "Stop at Intersection" are not remembered.
It could be that something (one or more of: user.mtx, dialogmemory.dlx, registry settings) has gotten corrupt somehow.
- close all NX sessions
- rename/delete them
- open new NX session, try your stuff
- close & re-open NX
See if that fixes your problem.
Also, make sure you "OK" (rather than "Close") the dialog. I know there are some things (info->Object display to "Info" window) that don't remember the setting if you "Close" the dialog.
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
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Hi @Ken_A Thanks for your suggestion!
I just delete user.mtx and dialogmemory.dlx and restart NX. But the problem persists: Composite Curve always uses the default selection rule -- "Tangent Curves" and "Stop at Intersection" disabled.