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Overcome Sync mode

I have had a rough time trying to use Sync mode. My primary problem is view control.

When I start a sketch in Ordered, the view moves normal to the plane. If I need to rotate to check an include selection, I rotate than use the Control-H command to get back to normal. I can't find how to work the same way in sync mode.

 

And yes I believe my options to be correct, Sync is just different.

 

 

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Re: Overcome Sync mode

Ctrl+H does not seem to wor in Synch.

I use Ctrl+T, R, L, etc or Look at face to get a view normal to the plane of the sketch.

Re: Overcome Sync mode

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It works the same way BUT you have to be LOCKED to a specific plane for SE to orient the view accordingly.

 

 

Laurenj.

Re: Overcome Sync mode

This has been changed in ST7.  Without a plane locked in Synch, the Sketch View command will orient to the most parallel reference plane or if you have started drawing on a part face, it will reorient to that even though it is not locked.


Thanks,
Ken

Production: ST9 MP7
Testing: ST10

Re: Overcome Sync mode

Orienting to the closest parallel plane is a nice enhancement.

Hopefully ST7 also orients to the closest isometric view using the QuickView cube.

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Accepted by topic author 12GAGE
‎08-26-2015 04:32 AM

Re: Overcome Sync mode

Sure does, just click on the corner of the cube closest to you.


Thanks,
Ken

Production: ST9 MP7
Testing: ST10

Re: Overcome Sync mode

The QuickView cube is incredibly slick.... just months ago I was complaining about the useless corner orientation triad and what a wasted opportunity it was, and they come up with this visually intuitive little thing that makes my view button shortcuts obsolete!
-Dylan Gondyke