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Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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Looking at attached file
the 2 center squares .250"x.500" top and bottom are moved out from the main large
square
after I put in distance measurement from right square 7.500"
and i had extra demanstions keep from moving
objects that I create should stay in place period!!!!!
pulling my hair out from head
Dan
7 REPLIES

Re: Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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Hi Dan,
Sorry I'm still on V19 so can't see your actual file, but may I ask have you selected
"Maintain Relations" option and then used the Relation "Lock" on a single node/end
point?
The "lock relations should look like a PadLock on a button on the Relations menu.
Use it to lock just one point (I usually suggest the bottom left hand point on a
frame or main component) this will then keep that position constant in any view
ports on the drawing sheets.
-Andy.


"Dan Donna" wrote:
>
>
>
>Looking at attached file
> the 2 center squares .250"x.500" top and bottom are moved out from the main
>large
>square
>after I put in distance measurement from right square 7.500"
>and i had extra demanstions keep from moving
>objects that I create should stay in place period!!!!!
>
>pulling my hair out from head
>Dan
>

www.continual-motion.com

Re: Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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Dan,
See attached image. Is that where you are wanting those two squares to be? If the
image is what you are looking to do then we can go from there. It wasn't clear to
me exactly where you wanted those two squares.
Ed
"Dan Donna" wrote:
>
>
>
>Looking at attached file
> the 2 center squares .250"x.500" top and bottom are moved out from the main
>large
>square
>after I put in distance measurement from right square 7.500"
>and i had extra demanstions keep from moving
>objects that I create should stay in place period!!!!!
>
>pulling my hair out from head
>Dan
>

Re: Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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The objects need to be constrained to the border. Use a Connect
relationship from the corner of your small rectangle to the line on the
border and it will remain there.
--
Ken
http://grundey.blogspot.com
"Dan Donna" wrote in message
news:49645819$1@bbsnotes.ugs.com...
>
> Looking at attached file
> the 2 center squares .250"x.500" top and bottom are moved out from the
> main large
> square
> after I put in distance measurement from right square 7.500"
> and i had extra demanstions keep from moving
> objects that I create should stay in place period!!!!!
>
> pulling my hair out from head
> Dan
>


Re: Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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yes, that is were I need the squares
I like know what you did so I can learn more (it hard for to fine a solution)
Locking in relationships are staying locked
Dan

"Ed Kadlec" wrote:
>
>
>
>Dan,
>
>See attached image. Is that where you are wanting those two squares to be?
>If the
>image is what you are looking to do then we can go from there. It wasn't clear
>to
>me exactly where you wanted those two squares.
>
>Ed
>
>"Dan Donna" wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>Looking at attached file
>> the 2 center squares .250"x.500" top and bottom are moved out from the main
>>large
>>square
>>after I put in distance measurement from right square 7.500"
>>and i had extra demanstions keep from moving
>>objects that I create should stay in place period!!!!!
>>
>>pulling my hair out from head
>>Dan
>>

>

Re: Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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lock relations are staying lock

"Andy Southern" wrote:
>
>Hi Dan,
>
>Sorry I'm still on V19 so can't see your actual file, but may I ask have you
>selected
>"Maintain Relations" option and then used the Relation "Lock" on a single
>node/end
>point?
>
>The "lock relations should look like a PadLock on a button on the Relations
>menu.
>
>Use it to lock just one point (I usually suggest the bottom left hand point
>on a
>frame or main component) this will then keep that position constant in any
>view
>ports on the drawing sheets.
>
>-Andy.
>
>
>
>
>"Dan Donna" wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>Looking at attached file
>> the 2 center squares .250"x.500" top and bottom are moved out from the main
>>large
>>square
>>after I put in distance measurement from right square 7.500"
>>and i had extra demanstions keep from moving
>>objects that I create should stay in place period!!!!!
>>
>>pulling my hair out from head
>>Dan
>>

>
>www.continual-motion.com

Re: Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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Can you explain more
lock relations are not staying lock and tell me the steps i need take
help does not explain well enough
"PellaKen" wrote:
>The objects need to be constrained to the border. Use a Connect
>relationship from the corner of your small rectangle to the line on the
>border and it will remain there.
>
>--
>Ken
>http://grundey.blogspot.com
>
>"Dan Donna" wrote in message
>news:49645819$1@bbsnotes.ugs.com...
>>
>> Looking at attached file
>> the 2 center squares .250"x.500" top and bottom are moved out from the
>> main large
>> square
>> after I put in distance measurement from right square 7.500"
>> and i had extra demanstions keep from moving
>> objects that I create should stay in place period!!!!!
>>
>> pulling my hair out from head
>> Dan
>>

>
>

Re: Still having problems with squares objects moving!!!!!!!!!

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Dan,
I will take a stab at this.
1. Click on the "Sketching" tab.
2. Select the "Connect" tool.
3. Click on the lower right end of the lower square (see attached image).
4. Click on the horizontal line on the bottom that you want the square connected
to.
That should connect the lower square to the lower horizontal line and in the process
bring down the upper square to where you want it.
Hope this helps.
Ed
"Dan Donna" wrote:
>
>Can you explain more
>lock relations are not staying lock and tell me the steps i need take
>help does not explain well enough
>
>"PellaKen" wrote:
>>The objects need to be constrained to the border. Use a Connect
>>relationship from the corner of your small rectangle to the line on the
>>border and it will remain there.