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How do I find failed sketch relationships?

Pioneer
Pioneer

I'm still on ST7, MP0.  Not sure if anything new has come out.

But if I have a sketch with the 'broken' orange/brown lines/dimensions etc., how do I find out exactly WHICH relationships are the failing ones (so I can simply delete only those)?  I do not feel like deleting all my relationships (nor lines) and starting over because they are complex.

[I wish I could right click and the QuickPick text would be orange].

sryp

ST7 MP0 | Win7
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Betreff: How do I find failed sketch relationships?

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

Hi @sryp

 

 

The concerned elements are shown in brown, but it not only must be a relation.

It also could be a dimension or other element.

 

Just look for the brown objects!

 

 

regards
Wolfgang

Re: How do I find failed sketch relationships?

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

It does seem like there could be a better troubleshooter.

I avoid deleting any geometry, this can cause problems downstream.

Take a best guess at the problem relationships and delete them one at a time.

Use Tools Tab>Assistants>Update Sketch after you delete relationships to force recompute if needed.

I think relationshipt to model edges are more likely the problem than relationships between sketch elements.

As a last resort you can set your select filter to only select relationships and select them all and delete.

Then use the Relationship Assistant to apply new ones.

LMGi
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