I would like to show only sketch, when I edit it. Is it possible, using some simple "1-click" method?
- I know, I can use "EDIT WITH ROLLBACK" for editing sketch, but geometry which was created before sketch is still showed
- I know I can select all features which was created before sketch, and hide them, but in large history tree it is not "1-click" method
- I can use layers, but when I have more than one sketch in one layer, I still have to select them and hide.
Does exist some simplier solutions?
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There is no '1 click solution'.
However, this method is very handy:
1. In the part navigator, hide the sketch
2. In the Visibility group, select 'Invert' or 'Invert Shown and Hidden'.
3. In the part navigator, double click the sketch.
Now, only the sketch is visible.
After editing the sketch, choose 'Show All'.
I would use Show and Hide method:
Show and Hide (Ctl+W) -> Sketches >Hide(-)
Double click the sketch you want to edit, the rest of the other sketches will stay hidden.
Layer Method: Select all the Sketches and assign a layer and then hide the layer
Class Selection (Ctrl+J) -> Type Filter>Sketch>OK> Select All>OK>Edit Object Display> Layer>?
Sut off the assigned common Sketch layer.
i have set the Style of shading in right mouse menu and see thru all as well.
Now when i need to see sketch without disturbing of enviroment, i pull mouse(and in same time press the right button) in direction of wireframe icon and after in direction of see thru all(whole proces need a one and half second). After it i get a bright result of sketch and faded enviroment.
I mean that is faster nad more user-frendly as in other similar CAD.
Try Ctrl+W and Bodies(-) to hide the bodies to clear a bit. After editing reverse the process to show the bodies and results.