Thank You for the hints for efficient work.
I usually use the Iso-View, I just thought my choice was more clear in the video. OK.
Looking at Your video I saw Your way to copy was different from mine. We both chose in the Pathfinder the Synchronous/Features/HoleNr/HoleNr.
the only point I can see watching Your video is, that I suppose You do not placing the steering wheel correctly to the center of the cylindar.
Use the cylindar edge, look on Your mouse icon, wether showing You the center/axis and I think everything will work perfect.
What do You mean by Copy with the RMB and Copy with the steering wheel?
OK, just seen when watching Your older video.
Again, I only might suppose the position while placing is not exactly enough.
Therefore the hole reference can not be found and the holes copy only can be placed as construction geometry.
You can attach those faces afterwards using the RMB menu
But I personally prefer the Steering Wheel method
PS.: please consider that in both methods there is a new, second hole feature created, what IMHO is not the best way to do.
So after copy the holes, break those features into simple face sets and run the "Recognize Holes" function
This will create a new single hole feature with multiple holes in it
The command sequence Break+RecognizeHoles applied to my threaded holes, collects the holes in one hole structure in the PathFinder. Up to now I can assess the advantage it has. But the treads mounted within these holes were lost. Can I reinstall them?
Thank You, Wolfgang.
I believe again I learned a few basic things about holes in SolidEdge.